Aquatera gets recognition at SCDI Business Excellence Awards

Orkney-based marine consultancy Aquatera has won an award at the annual SCDI Highlands and Islands Business ...

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ETIP Ocean sets up ocean energy funding webinar

ETIP Ocean is organizing a webinar that will investigate the use and value of PCP and stage-gate development ...

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Wheelhouse puts stress on UK post-CfD2 asking fairer system

In the aftermath of the CfD2 allocation round, Scotland’s Minister for Business, Innovation and Energy Paul ...

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Fish near tidal turbines swim closer to cam IDs

US Department of Energy (DOE) has provided funding for a project looking to improve the monitoring of fish swimming ...

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JFMS joins €20M tidal arrays optimization project

James Fisher Marine Services (JFMS) has joined Nova Innovation-led EnFAIT project which aims to optimize tidal ...

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Marine-i goes online

The collaborative initiative aiming to boost marine innovation in Cornwall known as Marine-i has launched a website ...

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Resolute Marine set for feasibility check in Cape Verde

US-based wave energy developer Resolute Marine Energy (RME) has launched several requests for feasibility studies ...

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WES grants £660K to keep waves in control

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) has awarded over £660,000 of funding to 13 new projects aiming to develop innovative ...

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EMEC boasts first tidal-powered hydrogen generation

European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has produced hydrogen gas using electricity generated from tidal energy, ...

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Orkney Isles light up with Scotrenewables tidal power

Scotrenewables Tidal Power's SR2000 has produced 116MWh in less than a week of continuous generation, providing ...

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Tidal and wave research institute proposed in New Zealand

The Green Party of New Zealand has put forward a plan to create a research institute that would focus on tidal and ...

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OEE on UK CfD: Tidal to track offshore wind’s path

Ocean Energy Europe (OEE) has called for the establishment of a mechanism that would deliver the same ...

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Atlantis gazes to France as tidal loses out UK gov subsidies

The Edinburgh-based tidal energy developer said the significant cost reduction was not sufficient to allow the ...

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Cardiff tidal lagoon secures grid connection

Tidal Lagoon Power has agreed the grid connection deal with National Grid for the proposed 3.2GW Cardiff tidal ...

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OTE bets on Philippines’ OTEC potential

Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation (OTE) has unveiled plans to introduce ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) ...

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Ocean Energy Europe seeks new policy chief

Ocean Energy Europe is looking to appoint a new Policy Director who would be in charge of promoting the next ...

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Royal presence to mark wave plant inauguration in Norway

His Majesty, King Harald V of Norway, will attend the inauguration of Waves4Power's wave power system which has ...

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Dutch OTEC, wave innovators gear up for Making Waves

Seventeen innovators in the Dutch water sector have made it to the final round and will pitch their ideas at the ...

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Nova Scotia sets aside funding for clean and ocean companies

The Province of Nova Scotia and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) have teamed up to provide C$920,000 ...

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Ireland seeks public input on new renewables support scheme

The government of Ireland has launched final public consultation on the design of the new Renewable Electricity ...

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EC-OG goes commercial with Subsea Power Hub

East Coast Oil and Gas Engineering (EC-OG) has commercially launched the hybrid device based the ocean current ...

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Angling trust smells something fishy in Swansea tidal report

Angling trust Fish Legal has slammed Tidal Lagoon Power’s fish impact assessment for the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon, ...

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Wave Energy Scotland brings in engineering assistance

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) has hired ITPEnergised to act as an independent advisor for the engineering design ...

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CorPower and CPower top Ireland’s wave technology scan

Irish marine energy project developer Simply Blue Energy (SBE) has found CorPower Ocean, and Columbia Power ...

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Nova Scotia sparks ocean innovation start-ups competition

The C$800,000 Spark Innovation Challenge has been launched in Nova Scotia to support new technology companies with ...

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India presses ahead with wave turbine development

Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras have begun laboratory testing on a turbine designed ...

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Innovacorp appoints new chief

Nova Scotia's early stage venture capital organization Innovacorp has named Malcolm Fraser as its new President and ...

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