TRL+ releases Bimep metocean analysis

The TRL+ consortium has analyzed the metocean conditions at Bimep test site to support the future design of wave ...

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Energy-related CO2 emissions could be cut-out by 2060

Global energy-related CO2 emissions can be reduced by 70% by 2050 and completely phased-out by 2060 with a net ...

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Gallery: EC VP Šefčovič visits Mutriku wave plant

The Vice President of the European Commission in charge of the Energy Union, Maroš Šefčovič, has visited the ...

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ABPmer rolls out NW Europe tide and surge database

ABPmer has developed tide and surge model, and related database, for the North West Europe.

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Video: Expert forum on tidal turbines monitoring

The Annex IV project gathered a set of experts to discuss the challenges associated with the environmental ...

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Industry leaders applaud Scottish draft energy plan

Scottish government’s draft energy strategy to 2050 has been deemed as 'clear, aspirational and therefore ...

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Nova Innovation bags Shell Springboard award

Nova Innovation has been declared one of the winners at the regional Shell Springboard competition, securing its ...

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SEENEOH tidal test site fully connected

All three testing berths have been connected to the grid at the SEENEOH tidal test center on the the Garonne river ...

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Rick Perry sworn in as head of US Energy Department

Rick Perry was sworn in as the 14th Secretary of the United States Department of Energy.

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ETI names new CEO

Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has appointed Jonathan Wills as its new Chief Executive Officer.

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US: WPTO gets new Director

Alejandro Moreno has been named as the new Director of the Water Power Technologies Office (WPTO) at the US ...

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TP Ocean working on ocean R&I priorities

The European Technology and Innovation Platform for Ocean Energy (TP Ocean) is developing a program of activities ...

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FORCE considers future tidal data management

Offshore Energy Research Association (OERA) is looking to hire a service provider to define and describe data ...

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Ireland opens consultations on EU clean energy package

Irish government has launched public consultations on the proposals set out in the EU's 'Clean Energy for All’ package.

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ACORN poised to extend lifespan of tidal and wave devices

EU-funded ACORN project has developed an innovative aluminium-based coating said to extend the lifetime of marine ...

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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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Video: FAST-3 deployment at FORCE

Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) has recently deployed its FAST-3 monitoring platform at the Bay of ...

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FORCE goes FAST for fish monitoring

Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) has deployed a new underwater monitoring platform designed to ...

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MRECo targets March for BTTS construction

Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative (MRECo) is looking at March 2017 to begin with the construction of the Bourne ...

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Emera seeks Development Manager for tidal projects

Canadian energy and services company Emera is looking to hire a Tidal Project Development Manager responsible for ...

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Tidal question must be answered by facts, not speculation

Tony Wright, General Manager at Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE), has shared his views on the ...

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Ireland to launch consultation on clean energy package

Ireland plans to open a public consultation on its national energy and climate strategy to identify the best ways ...

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US allots $500M to Green Climate Fund

The US State Department has made $500 million grant payment to support the United Nations climate fund.

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IEA: French nuclear cuts to underpin renewables growth

International Energy Agency (IEA) has found that French government’s plans to significantly cut the share of ...

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BNEF: Investment in marine energy down 7% in 2016

New investment in clean energy worldwide fell 18% last year to $287.5 billion, with marine energy also being ...

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Tidal industry welcomes positive tidal lagoons review

Tidal energy industry has welcomed the official review report which supported the development of large scale tidal ...

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