BPP Cables expands team

BPP Cables has added Tony Zymelka to its team as the company’s Director of Cable Operations. Zymelka, in his role ...

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Swansea tidal could bail South Wales steelworkers

Steelworkers who face unemployment due to Tata Steel's announced job cuts in the South Wales region, could be ...

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VIDEO: AquaHarmonics’ scaled WEC testing

AquaHarmonics, one of the teams competing for the Wave Energy Prize challenge, is developing a point absorber wave ...

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Offshore renewables sensing collaboration to be discussed

KTN, CENSIS, ORE Catapult and Scottish Enterprise are setting up an event with the aim of facilitating those ...

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EC: De-risking consenting for ocean energy up for discussion

Officials from the European Commission’s Environment department will present the EU regulatory framework ...

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Bimep, IH Cantabria launch TRL+ project

The consortium between Biscay Marine Energy Platform (bimep) and IH Cantabria has launched TRL+ project that aims ...

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Scottish Energy Minister visits MeyGen

Atlantis Resources, the majority owner of the MeyGen tidal energy project, has welcomed the Scottish Energy ...

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MPS named finalist for St David Awards

Swansea-based wave energy developer, Marine Power Systems (MPS), has been selected as finalist for the St David ...

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DNV GL acquires Gothia Power

DNV GL has acquired Gothia Power, a Swedish power system analysis company.

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InnovFin EDP draws ocean energy developers’ attention

InnovFin Energy Demo Projects (EDP) funding scheme has attracted 17 ocean energy projects out of 60 projects in ...

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Renewable energy a cornerstone of climate change mitigation

Over 500 leaders from government, business and civil society gathered at the headquarters of the International ...

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RME Cape Verde bags over $900K from SEFA

Resolute Marine Energy (RME) Cape Verde, a subsidiary of the US-based wave energy player RME, has received $930,000 ...

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Gallery: WaveEL buoy on display in Gothenburg

Waves4Power, a Sweden-based wave energy developer, is organizing a public viewing of their WaveEL wave energy ...

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IRENA: Scaling-up renewables could bring threefold benefits

Dramatically increasing the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix by 2030 would increase GDP, social ...

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DECC seeks views on regulatory framework and innovation

UK’s Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) is seeking comments on effectiveness of current ...

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KIC InnoEnergy calls for innovation proposals

KIC InnoEnergy, the innovation engine for sustainable energy across Europe, has launched the Call for Innovation ...

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OCEANERA-NET to discuss new R&D joint call at ICOE 2016

The OCEANERA-NET project will offer the latest information about the upcoming second joint call for collaborative ...

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ORCHIDS to tackle ocean energy infrastructure integrity

Fraunhofer UK, part of Europe’s largest application-oriented research organisation, has joined forces with Synaptec ...

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MEPs: Northern Seas renewables to power North-West Europe

Twenty Members of European Parliament (MEPs) came together to present ‘Northern Seas as the Power House of ...

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GE creates high density power stack

GE Power Conversion has developed a higher density power stack which enables the converters to remain small in size ...

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US DoE, WES team up for wave energy workshop

The US Department of Energy (DoE) and Wave Energy Scotland (WES) are organizing a joint workshop on wave energy ...

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RenewableUK Cymru: Cameron missing the point

Director of RenewableUK’s Welsh office, David Clubb, has responeded to UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s ...

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Seatricity a finalist for Shell Springboard 2016 awards

Seatricity, a Falmouth-based wave energy developer, has been shortlisted as one of the finalists for the Shell ...

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Atlantis appoints new Project Development Director

Atlantis Resources, an Edinburgh-based tidal energy player, has appointed Cameron Smith as Director of Project ...

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Cameron second-guessing Swansea tidal lagoon support?

Questioned over the potential use of tidal energy from Bristol Channel while giving evidence to the House of ...

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India joins Ocean Energy Systems

The Union Cabinet of India has approved India’s membership in the International Energy Agency – Ocean ...

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Scottish Renewables: 50% of energy from renewables by 2030

Scotland should set an ambitious new target of generating the equivalent of 50% of its total electricity, heat and ...

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