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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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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First MeyGen turbine goes full throttle

Atlantis Resources has informed that the first turbine installed as part of the MeyGen project Phase 1A is now ...

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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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Cape Sharp Tidal exports first power to Nova Scotia grid

Cape Sharp Tidal has connected North America’s most powerful tidal turbine, an OpenHydro 2MW, to Nova Scotia’s ...

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Mutriku wave plant installs monitoring equipment

Mutriku wave energy plant has been equipped with pressure sensor and data logger as part of the EU-funded OPERA project.

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PTEC teams up with Schottel, Tocardo

Perpetuus Tidal Energy Centre (PTEC) has partnered up with tidal turbine manufacturers Schottel Hydro, and Tocardo, ...

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Video: Cape Sharp Tidal deployment

Cape Sharp Tidal has released several videos showcasing its recently completed tidal turbine deployment operation ...

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Cape Sharp Tidal links subsea cables

Cape Sharp Tidal has connected the turbine cable tail with the interconnection cable at the Fundy Ocean Research ...

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First 2MW tidal turbine hits Bay of Fundy waters

Cape Sharp Tidal has deployed the first 2MW OpenHydro tidal turbine at the Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy ...

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Cape Sharp Tidal deployment begins

Cape Sharp Tidal has started the deployment operations for the first 2MW tidal turbine in the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia.

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Gallery: SEENEOH test site takes shape

The marine works at the SEENEOH tidal test site, located on the Garonne river in Bordeaux, France, have started ...

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Carnegie secures $3.7M for microgrid project

Carnegie Wave Energy has signed a Au$3.7 million debt financing agreement to support the Garden Island solar, ...

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WWT tidal vessel starts operating off British Columbia

A floating tidal energy plant built by Water Wall Turbine (WWT) has started harnessing the tides off British ...

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Scotrenewables installs SR2000 tidal device

Scotrenewables Tidal Power (SRTP) has installed the SR2000 tidal turbine on its moorings at the European Marine ...

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Moorings ready for SR2000 connection

Scotrenewables Tidal Power (SRTP) plans to tow its SR2000 tidal turbine to EMEC's test site for a short-term deployment.

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Minesto invites AC/DC tenders

Swedish tidal energy developer, Minesto, has launched a tender to acquire an AC/DC converter that will be used for ...

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Carnegie scoops ARENA funding for microgrid project

Australian wave energy developer, Carnegie Wave Energy, has been awarded Au$2.5 million from the Australian ...

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Neptune wave energy device ready for launch off BC

Canadian wave energy company, Mermaid Power, will launch its wave energy device Neptune 3 tomorrow, off Vancouver, ...

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WaveEL buoy faces a setback

Waves4Power, a Swedish wave energy developer, has faced a setback when a damage on its WaveEL wave energy device ...

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Public get-together on green hydrogen set for Orkney

Public meeting regarding the opportunities for using ‘green’ hydrogen produced from renewable energy in transport ...

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MTS explores Wave Hub cables

Marine and Towage Services (MTS), a UK-based marine services provider, has supported the recently completed works ...

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BPS to replace faulty bioWAVE cable

BioPower Systems (BPS), an Australian wave energy developer, has identified a damage on the cable that links its ...

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Interview: HF4 to lead the way for cost effective tidal O&M

Richard Parkinson, Operations Director of James Fisher Marine Services, has shared his experiences in tidal energy ...

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SEA connects Oceantec WEC at bimep

Cohort subsidiary, SEA, has installed a 13.2kV cable connection to support the Oceantec wave energy converter being ...

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James Fisher lays Wave Hub cables

James Fisher Marine Services has completed the subsea cable installation works at the Wave Hub test site off ...

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US Navy’s wave test site goes deeper

Two deep-water berths for wave energy device testing have been opened at the US Navy’s Wave Energy Test Site (WETS) ...

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