UK makes £13M offer to clean energy innovators

Innovate UK will next week launch a £13 million funding competition for innovation projects that address the global ...

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Minesto lands consent for Holyhead Deep tidal installation

Natural Resources Wales has awarded a marine license to Minesto for the installation and operation of a 500kW Deep ...

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WEFO sets aside £14M for small-scale renewables

The Welsh European Funding Office (WEFO) has launched a £14 million call for small-scale community renewable energy ...

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Industry urges UK government to embrace renewables

Six renewable energy trade associations from the UK have in a joint letter called the UK government to embrace a ...

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Canadian premiers form Atlantic Clean Energy Partnership

The premiers of four Canadian provinces on the Atlantic have established the Atlantic Clean Energy Partnership to ...

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Innovate UK puts out over £4M for energy SMEs

Innovate UK plans to launch a funding competition for UK businesses to fund feasibility studies in infrastructure ...

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Extreme conditions analysis tool for WECs gets update

The WEC Design Response Toolbox (WDRT) for extreme response and fatigue modeling and analysis received an update to ...

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France green-lights Normandie Hydro tidal pilot

The prefecture of Manche in the French region of Normandy has officially authorized the construction of a pilot ...

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Oregon wave test center steps closer to construction

The Senate Committee on Environment and Natural Resources has approved a $4.6 million funding bill to help ...

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OEE marks 2016 as take-off year for ocean energy

Ocean Energy Europe (OEE) has released a new report marking 2016 as a take-off year for ocean energy industry with ...

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Australian CSG to construct wave power plant in Turkey

Australia-based CSG Exploration & Production Services plans to build a 50kW pilot wave energy power plant in ...

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Court backs Cape Sharp tidal installation

Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge has dismissed the application filed by the local fishermen group to review the ...

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FaBTest renews The Crown Estate lease

Falmouth Harbour Commissioners have renewed a lease with The Crown Estate to continue using an area of Falmouth Bay ...

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June could bring decision on Swansea Bay tidal lagoon

The proposed Swansea Bay tidal lagoon scheme could reportedly be given a go-ahead from the UK government in June.

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ORE Catapult selects GE for grid emulation work

Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult has hired GE Energy Power Conversion UK to supply a grid emulation system ...

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MaRINET2 launches call for free access to testing facilities

The MaRINET2 project has opened a call for applications for ocean energy developers to access a world-leading ...

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Gallery: Welsh Finance Secretary checks out Minesto’s tech

Minesto hosted the visit from Mark Drakeford, Cabinet Secretary for Finance and Local Government in Wales, during ...

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Green jobs go up in Scotland

The Scottish government has informed that the employment levels in renewable energy and low carbon sectors in 2015 ...

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Scottish wave body needs engineering appraisal

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) is seeking an independent third party advisor to conduct engineering appraisal for all ...

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WES opens control systems innovation call

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) has launched the call for control systems suitable for use with a variety of wave energy ...

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Scotland and California join forces to tackle climate change

The governments of Scotland and California have signed a joint agreement to work together to tackle climate change.

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UK kick-starts £290M clean energy auction

The UK government has launched the second contracts for difference (CfD) auction where renewable energy developers ...

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POET unites Pacific marine renewables

A new organization called Pacific Ocean Energy Trust (POET) has been established to drive forward the development ...

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Scotland takes helm of Crown Estate assets

Scottish government has gained control over the revenue and management of Crown Estate resources in Scotland.

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Video: WES novel wave energy converters stage one testing

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) has released a video showing the scale testing of wave energy devices as part of its ...

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Universities to work on eco-friendly tidal lagoon designs

A new €4 million Ecostructure project has been launched to investigate how coastal defenses and renewable energy ...

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ORPC makes effort to keep Maine tidal project afloat

Ocean Renewable Power Company (ORPC) has applied to Maine regulators for the amendment of a contract with Emera ...

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