BOEM brings RE authorization process closer to public

Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) of the United States has published a guide on its renewable energy ...

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UK: Marine Data Exchange grows by 20% since 2015

Over 500 new surveys have been added to The Crown Estate's Marine Data Exchange (MDE) since 2015, making 60% of all ...

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NRW looks for Marine Industries Advisor

Natural Resources Wales (NRW) is recruiting for a Marine Industries Advisor who would provide expert guidance on ...

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MarTERA launches €30M marine R&I call

MarTERA consortium, consisting of 16 collaborating countries, has opened a joint call for transnational research ...

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Kongsberg to supply sonars for Minesto’s tidal kite

Minesto has hired Kongsberg Maritime to supply marine mammal detection sonar system (MMDS) to be used for its Deep ...

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OCEANIC inspects MRE coatings

WavEC's environmental team has performed a midterm survey of the coatings being developed for marine renewable ...

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BRTP gets on GreenTec Awards 2017 list

Canadian tidal energy developer Black Rock Tidal Power (BRTP) has been included among the top 10 projects running ...

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Trump picks Rick Perry to run US Department of Energy

President-elect of the United States, Donald Trump, has selected the former Texas governor Rick Perry as the ...

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OERA opens tidal monitoring research call

Offshore Energy Research Association of Nova Scotia (OERA) has launched a $150,000 call for proposals to improve ...

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NRW may withhold marine license for Swansea tidal lagoon

Natural Resources Wales (NRW) could deny the marine license for the proposed Swansea Bay tidal lagoon on the basis ...

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Cape Sharp Tidal's monitoring up for third-party analysis

The preliminary third-party analysis of the data collected from the monitoring equipment on OpenHydro tidal ...

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Ireland extends marine R&I strategy consultation

The deadline for comments on a new plan setting out Ireland's Marine Research & Innovation Strategy for the period ...

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CanCORE outlines Canadian decarbonizaton path

The Canadian Council on Renewable Electricity (CanCORE) has produced a document outlining its vision for the future ...

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Danish researchers publish free wave energy handbook

Researchers from the Aalborg University in Denmark have produced an open access handbook on ocean wave energy which ...

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Scottish Renewables advises on new energy strategy goals

Scottish Renewables has set out the key objectives and policy requirements for the Scottish government as it ...

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Dutch government plans €12 billion for renewables in 2017

Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs, Hank Kemp, has unveiled the government's plans to allocate €12 billion for ...

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EC presents clean energy package

The European Commission has unveiled a package of measures designed to keep the European Union competitive as the ...

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Chalmers University sets up wave modeling seminar

Chalmers University of Technology will next month host a seminar on wave propagation and wave-body interaction in ...

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Exeter University ocean scientist scoops international award

Dalian University of Technology (DUT) in China has appointed Professor of Ocean Technology at the University of ...

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Welsh Lib Dems slam SBTL omission from Autumn Statement

Following the release of the Autumn Statement by the Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond, the Welsh Liberal ...

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WavEC to collaborate with ASDF for marine renewables

WavEC Offshore Renewables has signed a memorandum of understanding with Americas Sustainable Development Foundation ...

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Barbados checks OTEC potential

Barbados’ Minister for Energy Darcy Boyce has announced that a prefeasibility study to assess the commercial ...

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Ireland gets resource assessment for AMETS wave test site

Researchers from the Centre for Marine and Renewable Energy (MaREI) and NUI Galway have produced a paper that ...

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US businesses unite for Paris Agreement

Over 300 businesses in the United States have in an open letter urged the US government, and the president-elect ...

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Seals vs tidal turbines collision research goes further

The research undertaken by ABPmer and SMRU Consulting has presented improved assessments of the risk of collision ...

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EMEC, FORCE study marine coatings

The UK’s European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC), and Canada’s Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) have ...

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COP22: EU to spearhead clean energy transition

EU’s ambition is to be in the driving seat of the clean energy transition, EU Commissioner for Climate Action and ...

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