BOEM joins Alaska wave energy study

The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) will be taking part in the study that will assess the economic ...

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Corrosion testing restarted at WaveRoller installation site

OCEANIC project team has deployed a set of samples off the coast of Portugal to study fouling and corrosion on ...

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Waves4Power officially opens wave power plant

The wave power plant of the Swedish wave energy developer Waves4Power has been officially opened by His Majesty ...

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MRC calls for Asian marine renewables consulting

Marine Renewables Canada (MRC) is looking for proposals for consulting services to assist in the development of a ...

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North England and Scotland poised to drive UK’s ORE

A new audit of the offshore renewable energy industry in the North of England and Scotland has identified strong ...

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#ThrowbackThursday Video: Olympic Zeus installs WaveEL

Take a look at the video of the installation of Waves4Power’s WaveEL wave energy device conducted early in 2016 ...

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Swansea tidal lagoon wins engineering prize

The proposed Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project has won at this year’s Engineer Awards, scooping the top prize for ...

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Wheelhouse puts stress on UK post-CfD2 asking fairer system

In the aftermath of the CfD2 allocation round, Scotland’s Minister for Business, Innovation and Energy Paul ...

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Waves4Power to live up to its name for fish farming industry

Waves4Power has unveiled plans to provide fossil-free energy supply produced from its wave energy technology for ...

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Fish near tidal turbines swim closer to cam IDs

US Department of Energy (DOE) has provided funding for a project looking to improve the monitoring of fish swimming ...

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Interview: Atir's opposing blades direct to turn the tides

Hidden from the view below the surface of the water, the Atir floating tidal platform will soon receive its ...

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Resolute Marine set for feasibility check in Cape Verde

US-based wave energy developer Resolute Marine Energy (RME) has launched several requests for feasibility studies ...

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EMEC boasts first tidal-powered hydrogen generation

European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has produced hydrogen gas using electricity generated from tidal energy, ...

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Tidal and wave research institute proposed in New Zealand

The Green Party of New Zealand has put forward a plan to create a research institute that would focus on tidal and ...

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Spotlight put on ocean energy environmental guide need

ETIP Ocean has recently held a webinar that highlighted the requirement for guidance on where the environmental ...

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Anti-corrosion materials testing underway at Bimep

OCEANIC project team has informed the second set of samples has been deployed for real sea study of fouling and ...

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OTE bets on Philippines’ OTEC potential

Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation (OTE) has unveiled plans to introduce ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) ...

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Nortek bags Seacams 2 wave and tidal kit supply contract

The leader of the Seacams 2 project, Bangor University, has hired Nortek for the supply of three bottom mount ...

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Royal presence to mark wave plant inauguration in Norway

His Majesty, King Harald V of Norway, will attend the inauguration of Waves4Power's wave power system which has ...

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Dutch OTEC, wave innovators gear up for Making Waves

Seventeen innovators in the Dutch water sector have made it to the final round and will pitch their ideas at the ...

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Bardsey Island up for study in support of tidal energy plans

Researchers from Swansea University are teaming up with local fishermen and the Whale and Dolphin Conservation ...

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Nova Scotia sets aside funding for clean and ocean companies

The Province of Nova Scotia and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) have teamed up to provide C$920,000 ...

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Ireland seeks public input on new renewables support scheme

The government of Ireland has launched final public consultation on the design of the new Renewable Electricity ...

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Angling trust smells something fishy in Swansea tidal report

Angling trust Fish Legal has slammed Tidal Lagoon Power’s fish impact assessment for the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon, ...

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Evopod tidal unit awaits Portugal redeployment

The Marine Offshore Renewable Energy (MORE) team from the University of Algarve plans to redeploy the scaled Evopod ...

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Nova Scotia sparks ocean innovation start-ups competition

The C$800,000 Spark Innovation Challenge has been launched in Nova Scotia to support new technology companies with ...

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Innovacorp appoints new chief

Nova Scotia's early stage venture capital organization Innovacorp has named Malcolm Fraser as its new President and ...

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