Crestwing takes Tordenskiold to rough seas

Danish company Crestwing has towed its prototype Tordenskiold wave energy device to its deployment site off ...

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Drone shots assist 3D mapping for Alaska wave study

Alaska Hydrokinetic Energy Research Center (AHERC) researchers have collected survey data in Yakutat that will ...

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Hann-Ocean senses China’s waves

Hann-Ocean Energy has conducted a survey of wave energy conditions around two islands in South China Sea that could ...

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Certification specialist called to jump in CorPower's wave

Swedish wave energy developer CorPower Ocean has opened two vacancies, one of which relates to certification and ...

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NEMOS grows wave team

German company NEMOS has expanded its engineering team with two new appointments that will work to contribute to ...

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Lifesaver wave device starts producing power

Fred. Olsen wave energy converter – BOLT Lifesaver – has been redeployed for six-month trial period at the US ...

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Terms agreed for Australian wave technology buy

Protean Energy has completed the term sheet agreement for the sale of its Protean Wave Energy Converter technology ...

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MegaRoller builds on VTT instrumentation expertise

Finnish wave energy developer AW-Energy has started the design work for the MegaRoller project with the partners ...

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Wave energy reports progress to seaports

The participants of the Sustainable Energy at Sea PORTS (SE@PORTS) project have met to present the technical ...

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OptiWave up for wave energy streamlining showcase

The developers of the OptiWave financial and engineering optimization software have organized a free webinar to ...

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Photo of the day: IHES prototype shaping up for ocean splash

The 150kW wave energy prototype – developed by French company GEPS Techno – is taking shape in Saint-Nazaire in ...

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Resen Waves reaps £1.3M capital raise benefit

Danish renewable technology company Resen Waves has secured over £1 million to further advance its wave energy ...

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Guinea scopes out wave of clean energy options

The German clean energy start-up SINN Power has launched a feasibility study on the potential of wave power and ...

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AMOG scouts for wave energy engineer

Australian engineering company AMOG has opened a vacancy for the position of renewable energy engineer that will be ...

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OE Buoy gearing up to conquer alternate marine power markets

Irish company Ocean Energy is making progress on the construction of its OE Buoy wave energy device that will, in ...

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Stranded wave device to grow into artificial reef

The complete removal of the stranded Oceanlinx wave energy converter has taken a different turn when the ...

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GEPS Techno hooks €1.5M in ongoing fundraiser

French developer GEPS Techno has secured 77% of the targeted €2 million in a fundraising campaign launched to ...

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Next-gen German wave device passes Danish sea tryouts

German company NEMOS has concluded the first scale model tests of its new generation wave energy converter under ...

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Multinational wave energy project launches in Canary Islands

The project bringing together companies and organizations from several countries under the joint objective of ...

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HACE announces new fundraising campaign

Hydro Air Concept Energy (HACE), a France-based wave energy technology developer, has informed that its management ...

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HACE commissions its first wave energy converter

Hydro Air Concept Energy (HACE) commissioned its first wave energy converter with multiple oscillating water ...

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