EU launches initiative to bring clean energy to its islands

The European Commission, together with 14 EU countries, has signed a political declaration to launch the new 'Clean ...

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India picks up pace in ocean energy development

India is making progress on the development of ocean renewable energy projects, especially in the field of ocean ...

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OES sums up ocean energy efforts at ExCo meeting

Ocean Energy Systems (OES) has shared the achievements in ocean energy sector during the Executive Committee (ExCo) ...

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Ireland guides offshore renewable energy developers

The government of Ireland has published a guidance document to help support the development of offshore renewable ...

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EU opens €7M ocean energy arrays call

EU's Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) has launched a €7 million funding call for the development and ...

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GWave secures MMO marine license

Marine Management Organisation (MMO) has granted a marine license to US-based wave energy developer GWave for the ...

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Welsh Liberal Democrats make Swansea tidal lagoon pledge

Welsh Liberal Democrats said on Thursday they would give an immediate go-ahead for the construction of the Swansea ...

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Nova bags funding for Shetland Tidal Array storage

The energy storage project, led by tidal energy developer Nova Innovation and project partner Denchi, has been ...

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New drive for 100% renewable energy launched in Bonn

Industry representatives have launched The Global 100% Renewable Energy Platform in Bonn, Germany.

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RenewableUK rolls out energy manifesto

RenewableUK has released a manifesto in the run-up to the UK general election highlighting the benefits of the ...

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Over 200 global investors urge G7 to back climate deal

Over 200 global investors, managing more than $15 trillion in assets, have called the G7 member countries to stand ...

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US Senators present bill to boost tidal and wave sector

Five US Senators have introduced a legislation set to increase domestic production of renewable energy from ocean's ...

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Bourne tidal test site ready for installation

Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative (MRECo) has informed that the structure for the Bourne Tidal Test Site (BTTS) ...

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Video: TP Ocean’s take on ocean energy insurance

TP Ocean has released the recording of the recently held webinar that analyzed the current situation and solutions ...

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SEAI gets green light to build wave test site substation

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has been granted permission to construct a 20kV substation that ...

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UK public stands strong behind tidal and wave energy use

The new government statistics has shown that 79% of UK public supports the use of tidal and wave energy ...

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MaRINET2 troubleshoots funding applications

The MaRINET2 project has organized a webinar to clarify the process of applying for funding support to access a ...

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Renewables account for 66% of Canada's power in 2015

Canada has generated about two-thirds of its electricity from renewable energy sources in 2015, without significant ...

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US could allot almost $60M for MHK research

The proposed United States federal budget could provide $59 million for marine and hydrokinetic (MHK) technology ...

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Philippines plans 20GW renewable energy capacity by 2040

Energy Secretary for the Philippines, Alfonso Cusi, said the country plans to add at least 20,000MW of renewable ...

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UK MP calls for manifesto commitment on tidal lagoons

Neil Parish, a Member of Parliament (MP) for Tiverton and Honiton, has supported the inclusion of the Swansea Bay ...

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WES provides £2.8M boost to four wave energy projects

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) has awarded £2.84 million to four wave energy technology developers who will be ...

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UK gets its first HVDC test center

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has opened a new technology center for testing and de-risking the ...

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Scotland at risk of losing tidal lead, Energy Minister warns

Scottish Minister for Business, Innovation and Energy, Paul Wheelhouse, has warned that the inability to access EU ...

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Waterpower Week to host wave and tidal workshops

The US Department of Energy’s Water Power Technologies Office and its national laboratories will host five ...

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Eco Wave Power sets eyes on Australia

Australian Minister of Energy and Environment, Josh Frydenberg, has visited the Israeli wave energy company Eco ...

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Netherlands awards over €4M for Grevelingendam tidal project

Tidal Technology Center Grevelingendam (TTC-GD) has secured €4.1 million from the Dutch government.

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