Scottish industry body calls for tidal & wave budget backing

Scottish Renewables has called on the Scottish government to support renewable energy in its draft budget, which is ...

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Bombora engages extreme wave and current testing services

Bombora Wave Power Europe has appointed Northern Ireland-based specialist service provider Applied Renewables ...

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NeSSIE champs invite renewables lot to the loch

Three offshore renewable project developers, selected in the first stage of the NeSSIE project, have launched a ...

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Waves and tides form stronger tie-up

Swedish wave developer CorPower Ocean and UK-based tidal player Sustainable Marine Energy (SME) have joined forces ...

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Long-term ocean demo project launches for Atlantic Arc

A €2.5 million project has been approved by Interreg Atlantic Area which will support ocean energy demonstration ...

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Design set for ‘smart’ wave energy converter

Swedish company Ocean Harvesting Technologies, together with Finnish kinetic energy storage company Teraloop, has ...

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Rural Scots favor waves and tides the most

The independent survey, focused specifically on people living outside urban areas of Scotland, has found the ...

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NSRI spotlights wave and tidal challenges and opportunities

National Subsea Research Initiative (NSRI) has outlined the steps which need to be taken to ensure the UK remains ...

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K2 Management enters marine renewables sector

K2 Management, the specialist global renewables engineering consultancy, has acquired energy engineering ...

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Bombora seeks extreme wave and current tester

Bombora Wave Power Europe is looking to appoint a contractor to perform extreme wave and current testing in support ...

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Turkey to pin offshore wind and wave energy dots

The government of Turkey – backed by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) - has launched a ...

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Wave energy test buoy hits waters off Galicia

A wave energy demonstration buoy, developed as part of the LifeDemoWave project, has been deployed off Punta ...

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Nearshore Beaufort Sea under wave project characterization

ACEP’s Alaska Hydrokinetic Energy Research Center team is gearing up to undertake oceanographic work on the Alaska ...

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Edinburgh uploads free wave systems simulation box

The e-Drive project team has launched the Edinburgh Wave Systems Simulation Toolbox primarily designed for the ...

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ACEP wraps up oceanographic survey for Alaska wave project

Alaska Center for Energy and Power (ACEP) researchers have completed oceanographic survey of the Yakutat coast in ...

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Hydro Group nets contract for Korea’s wind-wave energy hybrid

Aberdeen-based subsea cable and connector specialist Hydro Group has been awarded a £750,000 contract with Korea ...

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Technology sharing to cut costs of offshore renewables

Sharing innovation, systems and proven cost-cutting practices between offshore wind and tidal and wave energy ...

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UK consortium launches marine energy cost-cutting DP barge

The consortium, led by ITPEnergised, has launched a low-cost dynamic positioning (DP) barge which is expected to ...

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Seabased makes Sri Lanka wave energy deal

Seabased, a Swedish wave energy company, has formed partnership with Infocom Connect to provide renewable energy ...

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Long live renewables, says the UK public

The official UK government statistics have revealed record high public support for renewable energy in general, as ...

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Wave and tidal challenges a chance for subsea supply chain

National Subsea Research Initiative (NSRI) has set up a workshop for next month to explore new market opportunities ...

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