High Court to decide on Dean Quarry reopening

The decision to allow the reopening of Dean Quarry that could provide rock for the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon has ...

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SBA objects to in-stream tidal turbines in Minas Passage

The Striped Bass Association (SBA), a Nova-Scotia based conservation group, is opposing to the installation of ...

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Institute for Sustainable Coasts and Oceans launched in UK

The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) and University of Liverpool have entered into a new strategic partnership ...

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ENGIE reiterates commitment to renewables

ENGIE, formerly known as GDF SUEZ, has restated the company’s commitment to power generation from renewable ...

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NRW, SMRU Consulting: New marine mammal surveying guide

SMRU Consulting, Natural Resources Wales (NRW) and the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS), together ...

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Ocean Sonics to deploy sensors on Bay of Fundy tidal project

Ocean Sonics, a Nova Scotia-based designer and manufacturer of digital hydrophones, expects to install its ...

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OI 2016 calls for conference papers abstracts

Oceanology International 2016, marine technology and ocean science exhibition and conference, has set the deadline ...

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EFSI boosts French energy transition

The French energy transition has been given a third financial boost in the amount of €50 mln from the Juncker ...

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RenewableUK: Fossil fuels get blns, renewables get slashed

RenewableUK, the wind, wave and tidal energy trade association, says figures from the International Monetary Fund ...

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UK public favors renewables

According to the latest Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) public survey, UK public shows strong ...

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The rise of renewables

According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), energy demand will rise by almost 40 percent in 2040. But at ...

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IRENA Head, UN General Secretary discuss renewables

Adnan Amin, General Director of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), has met with Ban Ki-moon, ...

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JBA Consulting to assess flood risk for Tidal Lagoon Cardiff

Tidal Lagoon Power (TLP), the developer behind the proposed Cardiff tidal lagoon project, has appointed JBA ...

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SET-Plan to play a central role in EU innovation

The integrated SET-Plan will play a central role in a new European energy research and innovation (R&I) ...

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Swansea tidal to house international watersport centre

Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay (TLSB) has submitted a planning application to Swansea Council to build an international ...

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Swansea Bay tidal lagoon plans progress

The developer Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon has submitted plans for the new 7.5 km cable route, and for the construction ...

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VIDEO: Annex IV webinar on marine renewables test centers

http://tethys.pnnl.gov/sites/default/files/events/Test-Sites-AnnexIV-Webinar-20150721.mp4 Annex IV has hosted the ...

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Industry guide on tidal turbulence on the horizon

Collaborative project TiME that aims to improve the understanding of the effect of marine turbulence on tidal ...

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MCG launches Ireland’s updated marine progress report

Inter-Departmental Marine Coordination Group’s (MCG) ‘Harnessing Our Ocean Wealth – Review of Progress 2014’ ...

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SeeByte, ASV bag funding for second research study phase

Following the successful completion of the initial phase, SeeByte, ASV and the Marine Biological Association of the ...

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RPS Energy, Carnegie complete CETO 6 geophysical survey

RPS Energy has completed the offshore geophysical survey with Carnegie Wave Energy for its CETO 6 project. Marine ...

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Wales Enterprise Zone expands for marine renewables

The boundaries of Anglesey Enterprise Zone are to be extended to include a new marine renewable energy zone and the ...

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Former UK Energy Secretary slams renewable energy cuts

Ed Davey, former UK Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change has criticized government’s announcement to ...

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Canada: Provinces’ premiers launch Energy Strategy

Premiers of Canada’s provinces issued Canadian Energy Strategy document that aims to strengthen the economy, create ...

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France passes green growth energy bill

French lawmakers have passed the energy bill that is expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, boost renewables ...

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Sabella engages Open Ocean’s current analysis services

Sabella, a French tidal energy developer, has chosen Open Ocean’s current analysis system Metocean Analytics for ...

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Pacific Island countries gather to explore renewable energy

Pacific Island countries and territories, and development partners are meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii, to discuss the ...

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