Western Isles academics wrap up wave assessment tech trials

Researchers from the Lews Castle College have completed a year-long trial of a modified radar system which could ...

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OES sums up ocean energy efforts at ExCo meeting

Ocean Energy Systems (OES) has shared the achievements in ocean energy sector during the Executive Committee (ExCo) ...

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Ireland guides offshore renewable energy developers

The government of Ireland has published a guidance document to help support the development of offshore renewable ...

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OTEC plant comes closer to Cayman Islands

OTEC Cayman has reportedly completed the environmental impact assessment (EIA) for the floating ocean thermal ...

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New drive for 100% renewable energy launched in Bonn

Industry representatives have launched The Global 100% Renewable Energy Platform in Bonn, Germany.

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Enel poised to harness wave energy potential

Enel Green Power (EGP) is making advancements in the wave energy sector with several projects going forward to ...

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SEAI gets green light to build wave test site substation

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has been granted permission to construct a 20kV substation that ...

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UK public stands strong behind tidal and wave energy use

The new government statistics has shown that 79% of UK public supports the use of tidal and wave energy ...

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Renewables account for 66% of Canada's power in 2015

Canada has generated about two-thirds of its electricity from renewable energy sources in 2015, without significant ...

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US could allot almost $60M for MHK research

The proposed United States federal budget could provide $59 million for marine and hydrokinetic (MHK) technology ...

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Highlights of April 2017

Tidal Energy Today has recapped the news from wave and tidal energy sectors that have marked the month of April 2017.

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Gardline integrates marine environmental firms

Gardline Group has integrated two of its specialist marine environmental companies Marine Ecological Surveys (MESL) ...

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Philippines plans 20GW renewable energy capacity by 2040

Energy Secretary for the Philippines, Alfonso Cusi, said the country plans to add at least 20,000MW of renewable ...

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CDA Bilbao recovers Mutriku's wave monitoring device

Bilbao-based marine contractor Commercial Diving Activity (CDA) has retrieved a monitoring instrument installed at ...

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Eco Wave Power sets eyes on Australia

Australian Minister of Energy and Environment, Josh Frydenberg, has visited the Israeli wave energy company Eco ...

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Industry teams up with academia to drive down tidal costs

Oceanographers at Bangor University’s School of Ocean Sciences have teamed up with Nortek, and Partrac, to study ...

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Nova Scotia funds tidal monitoring projects

Two collaborative research projects run by industry and academic researchers have received funding to develop new ...

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UK makes £13M offer to clean energy innovators

Innovate UK will next week launch a £13 million funding competition for innovation projects that address the global ...

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Locals wary of Fair Head Tidal power cables

Local residents living near Murlough Bay in the County Antrim in Northern Ireland are reportedly opposing the ...

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Minesto lands consent for Holyhead Deep tidal installation

Natural Resources Wales has awarded a marine license to Minesto for the installation and operation of a 500kW Deep ...

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WEFO sets aside £14M for small-scale renewables

The Welsh European Funding Office (WEFO) has launched a £14 million call for small-scale community renewable energy ...

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Canadian premiers form Atlantic Clean Energy Partnership

The premiers of four Canadian provinces on the Atlantic have established the Atlantic Clean Energy Partnership to ...

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Extreme conditions analysis tool for WECs gets update

The WEC Design Response Toolbox (WDRT) for extreme response and fatigue modeling and analysis received an update to ...

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EMEC goes on recruitment drive

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) is looking to expand its team with several new job openings set up to ...

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Clean energy investment fall 17% in Q1 2017

Global clean energy investment in the first quarter of 2017 was down 17% compared to the same period of 2016, ...

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Carnegie’s $6M capital raise nears deadline

Carnegie Clean Energy's $6 million capital raising via share purchase plan (SPP), launched to support the delivery ...

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Green jobs go up in Scotland

The Scottish government has informed that the employment levels in renewable energy and low carbon sectors in 2015 ...

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