Carnegie to connect desalination plant to CETO system

Carnegie Wave has announced that its desalination plant on Garden Island has been commissioned off electricity in ...

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RenewableUK praises announced WES funding

RenewableUK applauds the announcement made by Fergus Ewing, Scottish Energy Minister, about the funding Scottish ...

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CableFish to lower cable installation costs up to 75 percent

The new cable installation device is expected to lower the costs of cable installations for up to 75 percent when ...

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Nautricity obtains grid-connected test berth at EMEC

Nautricity, a Scottish tidal turbine developer, will now have access to grid connected tidal test berth at the ...

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Scotland to boost wave energy with GBP 14 mln

Wave Energy Scotland will receive a total of GBP 14.3 mln over the period of following thirteen months, Scotland’s ...

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Renewables essential to Energy Union

The European Commission published a strategy to renew EU’s energy policy, underlying the important role of next ...

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ETI: Tidal can compete with other renewables, wave cannot

Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has published a report on future commercially competitive cost of tidal and ...

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UK Wave and Tidal require fresh funding approach

Report made by Marine Energy Programme Board calls for new Government’s approach when it comes to the allocation of ...

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McLaughlin & Harvey, SeaRoc to deliver new mooring system

McLaughlin & Harvey and SeaRoc are collaborating in order to deliver a mooring system that will enable the ...

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ORE Catapult, EMEC, AFRC team up to refine marine components

ORE Catapult, EMEC and AFRC are launching a joint project that aims to improve wave and tidal components ...

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ETRI Projections for tidal and wave 2010-2050

The Joint Research Centre (JRC), a European Commission’s science service, has published ETRI 2014 – ...

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DoE has released new WEC array simulation tool

The Department of Energy and Sandia National Laboratories have developed a tool to accurately simulate changes in ...

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OEE: Rob Stevenson named as President of the Board

Ocean Energy Europe’s Board of Directors has appointed Rob Stevenson as its new President. Stevenson is ...

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Spain and France double their interconnection capacity

Spain and France have completed the new interconnection link that doubles the electricity interconnection capacity ...

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Citizens Advice objects to Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon

Citizens Advice has issued a response to call for evidence regarding Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon proposal stating that ...

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Tocardo’s T1 tidal array to power 100 homes

The electricity produced by the array will be fed to the Dutch grid, powering 100 households. As announced ...

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ORE Catapult to improve tidal turbines reliability

ORE Catapult has started the first phase of a joint industry project that aims to improve the reliability of tidal ...

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CETO 6 Project reaches financial close

Carnegie has reached a financial close on the Clean Energy Finance Corporation’s (CEFC) five-year USD 15.6 mln loan ...

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Isle of Wight residents worried about tidal energy project

Residents of the Isle of Wight have expressed their worries regarding the proposed PTEC tidal project and the ...

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HIE: ABPmer to perform Habitats Regulations Appraisal

Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has appointed ABPmer to handle a Habitat Regulations Appraisal for their ...

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Additional USD 10 mln investment for Carnegie

At the formal opening of the Perth Wave Energy Project, Minister for Industry and Science, Ian Macfarlane announced ...

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Perth Wave Energy Project connects to the grid

Perth Wave Energy Project was formally opened by Ian Macfarlane, the Federal Minister for Industry and Science, and ...

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Concerns raised over re-opening of Dean Quarry

Local residents are voicing their concerns over the plan to re-open Dean Quarry in fear that it would ruin the ...

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Industry leaders to speak at Wave and Tidal 2015

This annual event organized by RenewableUK brings together investors, project and technology developers including ...

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Pelamis Wave Power owed GBP 13 mln to Scottish Enterprise

Pelamis Wave Power’s debts, prior to its falling into administration, amount to more than GBP 15 mln in total. ...

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MPA, ClassNK to collaborate on R&D of marine renewables

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and ship classification society, ClassNK, have signed an MoU to ...

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EMEC: Tidal energy to produce hydrogen

Tidal energy generated at EMEC test sites will be used to produce hydrogen that will be stored and used later for a ...

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