Joint study inspects misaligned flow effects on turbines

Intertek Energy & Water has released a research paper that investigated the implications of misaligned flow on ...

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Green Marine UK gets certified

Scottish marine services provider Green Marine UK has been awarded the ISO certification for ISO9001:2015, ...

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OEE joins lobbying campaign for small-scale renewables

Ocean Energy Europe (OEE) has joined other European energy associations in the call to policy makers to take a ...

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IRENA: Paris could underpin renewables ambitions growth

Countries have an opportunity to significantly increase renewable energy ambition and to accelerate its deployment ...

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OEE welcomes ETS Innovation Fund go-ahead

Ocean Energy Europe has welcomed the deal on the new Innovation Fund which is intended to bring the next generation ...

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Waves4Power marks 5 months of powering Norway

Waves4Power’s WaveEL wave energy device has reached five months of exporting electricity to the Norwegian power ...

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Nova Scotia forms small-scale tidal appraisal crew

Offshore Energy Research Association of Nova Scotia (OERA) has hired several experts to determine if there is a ...

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Wave Water Works shows interest to power Caribbean islands

US-based wave energy developer Wave Water Works is looking for contracts to supply clean power to US Virgin Islands ...

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IEA launches €30M clean energy transitions plan

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has launched the Clean Energy Transitions Programme with the backing of 13 ...

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Carnegie’s Albany wave project gets underway

Carnegie Clean Energy has started the design and development activities for its Albany wave energy project located ...

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UK public remains highly supportive of tidal & wave

The new government statistics on energy and climate change has shown that 79% of UK public supports the use of ...

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Report on effectiveness of UK wave policy set for launch

The International Public Policy Institute at the University of Strathclyde will host a launch event for the new ...

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MERIC studies biofouling to advance marine renewables

Researchers at the Marine Energy Research and Innovation Center (MERIC) of Chile are conducting a biofouling study ...

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Researchers complete first set of CEFOW ecological studies

Plymouth and Exeter universities have completed the first set of ecological studies as part of the EU Horizon 2020 ...

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Cape Sharp Tidal releases monitoring update

Cape Sharp Tidal has submitted the third quarter Environmental Effects Monitoring Program (EEMP) report to Nova ...

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EU opens €1.5M wave and tidal monitoring call

European Commission's Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) has launched a call for ...

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OEEC: The rise of renewables

Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference (OEEC) 2017 on Tuesday hosted ‘The rise of renewables ...

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IEA forecasts strong renewables growth by 2022

International Energy Agency (IEA) has released its medium-term renewables market report which predicts 43% increase ...

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MORE redeploys Evopod tidal device

The Marine Offshore Renewable Energy (MORE) team from the University of Algarve has redeployed the Evopod E1 tidal ...

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OSIL equips Seacams2 for tidal turbulence study

Ocean Scientific International (OSIL) has shipped a network of 3 data buoys to Bangor University's School of Ocean ...

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Tidal players get on Scottish Green Energy Awards shortlist

Scottish Renewables has unveiled the shortlist for this year’s Scottish Green Energy Awards which features several ...

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Wales sets 70% clean energy target

Welsh government has set a target for Wales to generate 70% of its electricity consumption from renewable energy by 2030.

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Orkney outlines sustainable energy path driven by innovation

A Sustainable Energy Strategy for Orkney was launched last week as part of the official opening of the Surf ‘n’ ...

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Muskeget Channel scans for fitting tidal kit

Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative (MRECo) is looking for the most suitable tidal energy technology that could ...

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Hydrogen fuel cell unveiled in Scotland

The pioneering Surf 'n' Turf hydrogen community energy project has been launched in Orkney by the Scottish ...

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France sets aside €7 billion for renewables

The French government plans to invest €7 billion in the next five years to grow its renewable energy sector.

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US National Science Foundation funds tidal energy research

National Science Foundation (NSF) of the United States has awarded a three-year grant to Arindam Banerjee from the ...

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