SGS connects UK’s winds and tides

Smarter Grid Solutions (SGS) plans to use its technology to enable a shared grid connection of the MeyGen tidal ...

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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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Atlantis starts AR1500 monitoring after grid outage

Atlantis Resources has revealed that the AR1500 tidal turbine is currently being monitored to assess the effects of ...

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Ditrel trials connector prototype for ocean devices at Bimep

Ditrel Industrial has started the trials of its connector solution designed specifically for use with energy ...

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Penguin wave device powers UK grid

Wello’s Penguin device has fed the electricity harnessed from the Orkney waves into the UK national grid.

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Cape Sharp Tidal to retrieve tidal turbine

Cape Sharp Tidal plans to retrieve the 2MW OpenHydro tidal turbine deployed off Nova Scotia in Canada to make ...

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ORPC makes effort to keep Maine tidal project afloat

Ocean Renewable Power Company (ORPC) has applied to Maine regulators for the amendment of a contract with Emera ...

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MeyGen nears 400MWh of tidal power generation

Atlantis Resources has revealed that in the first three weeks of March, the average generation at MeyGen has been ...

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BPS’ O-Drive poised to improve grid stability

BioPower Systems (BPS) has produced a power conversion module for wave energy projects called O-Drive with buili-in ...

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Industry leaders applaud Scottish draft energy plan

Scottish government’s draft energy strategy to 2050 has been deemed as 'clear, aspirational and therefore ...

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Tidal Sails obtains permit for full-scale tidal pilot

Tidal Sails has secured a permit for a 4.4MW tidal energy pilot project set for deployment off Norway.

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Penguin hits EMEC waters

Wello’s Penguin wave energy device has been installed over the weekend at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC).

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SEENEOH tidal test site fully connected

All three testing berths have been connected to the grid at the SEENEOH tidal test center on the Garonne river in ...

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SR2000 to restart EMEC trials next week

Scotrenewables Tidal Power plans to redeploy its SR2000 tidal turbine at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) ...

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Nautricity all set for CoRMaT turbine deployment

Nautricity plans to begin with the installation of its CoRMaT tidal turbine at the European Marine Energy Centre ...

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EMEC looks for micro-grid solutions

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has launched a tender for a micro-grid solution to facilitate the testing ...

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MeyGen’s AR1500 powers the grid

The final tidal stream turbine for the MeyGen's first phase, AR1500, has operated at full power and exported the ...

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Politicians eye wave energy to power WA's Great Southern

The Labor party of Western Australia (WA) plans to include wave energy farm to the mix of renewable energy projects ...

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Gallery: SEENEOH tidal site set for completion mid-February

SEENEOH tidal test center is wrapping up the construction works at the Garonne river in Bordeaux with the final ...

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France goes ahead with 2MW in-river tidal farm

French Agency for Environment and Energy Management (ADEME) has approved the construction of 2MW in-river tidal ...

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BPS replaces bioWAVE cable

BioPower Systems (BPS) has installed a new subsea cable at the bioWAVE wave project site near Port Fairy, Australia.

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Wello’s Penguin arrives to Orkney

Penguin wave energy device has reached Orkney ahead of scheduled deployment at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC).

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SgurrEnergy grabs MeyGen contract

SgurrEnergy has been awarded the asset management contract for Phase 1A of the MeyGen tidal energy project.

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SEENEOH secures €400K through French 'investment arm'

SEENEOH tidal testing center has been backed by €400,000 through a repayable grant agreement signed with French ...

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IEA: French nuclear cuts to underpin renewables growth

International Energy Agency (IEA) has found that French government’s plans to significantly cut the share of ...

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IRENA ‘rethinks’ energy

Falling costs, driven by innovation in technology and policy, is spurring renewable energy deployment and bringing ...

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Tidal industry welcomes positive tidal lagoons review

Tidal energy industry has welcomed the official review report which supported the development of large scale tidal ...

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