MMRRC buys ROV for renewable energy projects

Mobile & Marine Robotics Research Centre (MMRRC) has purchased a new remotely operated vehicle (ROV) from Forum ...

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SINN Power seeks wave engineers

German wave energy developer SINN Power is looking to expand its team to accelerate the development of its wave ...

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Carnegie takes part in materials examination for WECs

Carnegie Clean Energy is participating in two Wave Energy Scotland-funded research projects to examine different ...

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Atlantis applauds ETI’s report

Atlantis Resources has welcomed the report published by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) which supported ...

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Southend looks at tidal and wave for power

Southend Council is exploring options to generate power from tidal and wave energy sources.

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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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Ecosse agrees multi-million credit for renewables projects

Ecosse Subsea Services (ESS) has secured a multi-million-pound revolving credit facility with full service bank ...

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OMM makes new appointments

Subsea services provider for offshore renewables sector, Offshore Marine Management (OMM), has appointed new team ...

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ETI outlines priorities for competitive marine energy

Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has set out its priorities for the UK’s marine energy industry if it is to ...

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Gallery: NREL starts StingRAY testing

The National Wind Technology Center (NWTC) has begun validation work on Columbia Power's StingRAY wave energy device.

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FPP targets €10M capital raise for wave and wind hybrid

Floating Power Plant (FPP), a clean technology company headquartered in Denmark, is looking to raise €10 million to ...

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BNEF: Investment in marine energy down 7% in 2016

New investment in clean energy worldwide fell 18% last year to $287.5 billion, with marine energy also being ...

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China releases plan to boost marine renewables

State Oceanic Administration of China, the country’s maritime authority, has published a five-year plan to ...

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Pieces of puzzle coming together for Swansea tidal lagoon

Charles Hendry has found that tidal lagoons can help UK deliver security of electricity supply and its ...

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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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China craves EMEC’s tidal and wave knowledge

EMEC's and other UK tidal and wave energy industry experts have visited China to support the creation of marine ...

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ODOE opens $2M RE call. Tidal and wave can apply

Oregon has called its renewable energy developers to apply for a share of $2 million in available grants for ...

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More challenges on the horizon for UK tidal lagoons

Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) of UK reportedly intends to object to the plans for the ...

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Atlantis diversifies into other offshore renewables

Atlantis Resources is establishing a new unit with expanded offering which now includes non-tidal stream projects ...

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WES awards £3 million for wave energy projects

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) has allocated £3 million to ten projects as part of the funding call focused on ...

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Ocean Networks Canada scores $46M federal funding

University of Victoria’s Ocean Networks Canada (ONC) has secured a five-year $46.6 million investment from the ...

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GE drops Oceade tidal turbine. Sinks NEPTHYD project

General Electric (GE) has reportedly decided to not pursue further development of the Oceade tidal turbine, which ...

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Minesto hires LARS suppliers

Minesto has awarded a contract to Welsh companies Holyhead Towing and Turbine Transfers for the supply of the ...

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Atlantis grabs over €20M of EU cash for MeyGen

Atlantis Resources has been granted €20.3 million by the European Commission for the next phase of the MeyGen tidal ...

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DCNS launches marine renewables subsidiary

French naval and defense specialist DCNS and Bpifrance have established a new company dedicated to marine renewable ...

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MeyGen tidal turbine gets blades

AC Marine & Composites has delivered the first set of tidal turbine blades to Atlantis Resources.

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DARPA’s wave-powered TUNA preparing for sea demo

DARPA’s TUNA program that uses a low-power wave energy system to improve the US defense communication networks is ...

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