WA Labor party $19.5M wave farm pledge sparks CCE’s interest

Carnegie Clean Energy (CCE) has shown interest for the development of Albany wave farm that received Au$19.5 ...

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Shetland Tidal Array goes full force

Nova Innovation has installed the third tidal turbine at the grid-connected Shetland Tidal Array, sited off Scotland.

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RenewableUK calls UK gov to support tidal and wave

RenewableUK has urged the UK government to include tidal and wave energy in its upcoming Industrial Strategy as the ...

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Orkney companies bring marine renewables expertise to London

Nine Orkney-based marine energy businesses are set to take part in a major industry event organized by RenewableUK, ...

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Seatricity’s Wave Hub future hangs in the balance

Wave energy company Seatricity is considering the future of its testing program at Cornwall’s Wave Hub which has ...

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WES to launch new funding call in April

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) plans to open a new funding call in two months aimed at accelerating the development of ...

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Aquatera to assess Japan's tidal test site

Orkney-based consultancy Aquatera will conduct environmental impact assessment (EIA) for the proposed tidal test ...

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EU Innovation Fund steps closer to realization

The European Parliament has adopted a proposal to reform the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS) Directive for the ...

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UK: Uncertainty on TLSB subsidy could continue post Budget

The decision regarding the subsidy for the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon scheme could reportedly be delayed to after the ...

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Marine Energy Wales welcomes Minesto's expansion plans

Marine Energy Wales has deemed Minesto's plans to expand its Deep Green tidal energy project as a positive step ...

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EC provides funds to address corrosion for ORE installations

The European Commission (EC) has designated funds for project that aims to deliver new business and investment ...

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MPs urge UK government to support Swansea Bay tidal lagoon

Over 100 Members of Parliament (MPs) have called the UK government to start contracts for difference (CfD) ...

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Plaid Cymru calls Wales to take £52M stake in TLSB

The Party of Wales (Plaid Cymru) has suggested to Welsh ministers to take an equity stake in the proposed Swansea ...

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Politicians eye wave energy to power WA's Great Southern

The Labor party of Western Australia (WA) plans to include wave energy farm to the mix of renewable energy projects ...

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WES hunts for new advisors

Wave energy development body, Wave Energy Scotland (WES), is seeking to appoint three new members to its Advisory Group.

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France goes ahead with 2MW in-river tidal farm

French Agency for Environment and Energy Management (ADEME) has approved the construction of 2MW in-river tidal ...

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EU tackles ocean energy sector skills gap

The European Commission has launched a €4 million call for proposals to address short and medium term skills needs ...

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‘Father of ocean energy’ gets tribute from France

Tony Lewis, a Principal Investigator in MaREI and Professor Emeritus at the University College Cork (UCC), has been ...

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Sri Lanka explores tidal prospects

Sri Lanka is reportedly planning to develop a tidal energy project with Finland's assistance.

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Seatricity ponders decommissioning options at EMEC

Seatricity Scotland has conducted an analysis of the works required to decommission its legacy infrastructure at ...

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UK names research and innovation head

The UK government has appointed Mark Walport to lead UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).

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MaRINET2 project officially launched in Ireland

The second Marine Renewables Infrastructure Network (MaRINET2) program, set up to accelerate the development of ...

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EU on track to meet 2020 renewable energy targets

The second report on the state of the Energy Union has shown the EU is on track to reach the 2020 renewable energy ...

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Local fishermen vs Bay of Fundy tidal on court, again

The Bay of Fundy Inshore Fishermen’s Association (BFIFA) will appear on Nova Scotia court today for a hearing on ...

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Rick Perry wins favorable vote to head US Energy Department

The US Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources has voted in favor of the nomination of Rick Perry as the ...

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Ireland looks to fully divest from fossil fuels

The Irish Parliament has passed the legislation to stop investing in fossil fuels from the Ireland Strategic ...

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SEENEOH secures €400K through French 'investment arm'

SEENEOH tidal testing center has been backed by €400,000 through a repayable grant agreement signed with French ...

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