EU awards €9M for wave and tidal research in UK and Ireland

Queen’s University Belfast has secured over €9.3 million from the EU’s Interreg VA Programme to create a 'virtual ...

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Ireland releases first national GHG mitigation plan

The government of Ireland has published its first statutory National Mitigation Plan outlining steps to transition ...

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Australia names new CEFC board

The Australian government has named Steven Skala as the Chair of the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC), with ...

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Dutch plan floating islands powered by waves and tides

Maritime Research Institute Netherlands (MARIN) has tested the concept for floating mega island which could be ...

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OSU surveys sea floor animals to facilitate ORE growth

Oregon State University (OSU) researchers have conducted a study into the relation of sediment and animal life on ...

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InnoEnergy opens year-round fund for innovation

InnoEnergy has made its Investment Round available for funding applications year-round to offer flexibility to ...

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Bombora wraps up mid-scale wave device testing

Bombora Wave Power has concluded the sea trials of its mid-scale wave energy prototype in Western Australia.

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TLP submits final Swansea lagoon fish impact assessment

Tidal Lagoon Power (TLP) has filed the final assessment of the impact on fish for Swansea Bay tidal lagoon project ...

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Horizon 2020 picks Nova Innovation for €20M tidal project

European Union’s Horizon 2020 has selected Nova Innovation to lead the project that aims to increase the commercial ...

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Orkney Council pays £1 for Pelamis wave energy device

Orkney Islands Council has bought the Pelamis P2 wave energy device from the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) ...

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Orkney marine plan scoops RTPI award

The pilot Pentland Firth and Orkney Waters Marine Spatial Plan (PFOW MSP) has won a planning award from the Royal ...

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Atmocean to deploy wave system off Canada

US-based wave energy developer Atmocean plans to install its wave energy system off Newfoundland in Canada for a ...

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European ministers reaffirm blue growth ambitions

European Union’s Transport, Telecommunications and Energy (TTE) Council has restated its support to blue growth by ...

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ETIP Ocean tackles environmental impacts of ocean devices

The European Technology and Innovation Platform for Ocean Energy (ETIP Ocean) has organized a webinar to discuss ...

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FORESEA launches third call for ocean energy developers

The €11 million FORESEA program has opened its third call to support the commercialization of offshore renewable ...

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Scottish Renewables appoints new CEO

Scottish Renewables has appointed Claire Mack as its new Chief Executive Officer.

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ACEP to recover data for ORPC’s hydrokinetic study

Researchers from the Alaska Center for Energy and Power (ACEP) plan to recover a mooring with monitoring equipment ...

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Marine bonds draft criteria up for public review

The Climate Bonds Initiative has opened a public consultation on the draft Marine Renewable Energy Criteria for ...

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Swansea tidal lagoon scores double at Planning Awards

The design for the proposed Swansea Bay tidal lagoon project has been declared a winner in two separate categories ...

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US Energy Department backs ocean energy R&D projects

The Department of Energy of the United States (US DOE) has selected three ocean renewable energy projects to ...

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Tidal feasibility study underway off Martha’s Vineyard

Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative (MRECo) has started the feasibility study into the development of tidal power ...

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OTE appoints OTEC sustainability advisor

Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation (OTE) has appointed Thomas Kostigen to its advisory board in the role of Senior ...

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Swansea tidal lagoon design up for planning awards

The design of the proposed Swansea Bay tidal lagoon has been shortlisted in two separate categories for this year’s ...

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London envisions school powered by Thames tides

London-based architecture firm Curl la Tourelle Head Architecture has made a concept for the school building that ...

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Nova Scotia names energy and environment ministers

The government of Canadian Province of Nova Scotia has on Thursday, June 15, sworn in new ministers for energy, and ...

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NEO 2017: Renewables set for $7.4T of investment by 2040

Renewable energy sources are set to take almost three quarters of the $10.2 trillion the world will invest in new ...

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OERA offers funding for tidal research projects

Offshore Energy Research Association of Nova Scotia (OERA) has launched a funding call for tidal energy research ...

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