UK National Grid concludes initial CfD bids review

The non-qualification review assessment for the second contracts for difference (CfD) bids has been concluded, and ...

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Researchers wrap up wave energy survey in Alaska

Researchers from the Alaska Hydrokinetic Energy Research Center (AHERC) have completed a bathymetry survey off ...

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IRENA rolls out upgraded Global Atlas for Renewable Energy

International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has released a new version of its online renewable energy mapping ...

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A&P partners up with Peel Ports in Great Yarmouth

UK port operator Peel Ports Group has formed a strategic partnership with ship repair and marine specialist A&P ...

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EMEC spotlights industrial opportunity of marine renewables

In the run up to the UK General Election, the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has published its response to ...

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Columbia Power bags wave energy funding

Columbia Power Technologies has been selected to receive $3.75 million in second-phase funding from the US ...

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Verdant Power scores $3.8M for TriFrame demo project

US Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) has awarded $3.75 million to ...

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Video: Waves4Power turns on wave device

Swedish wave energy developer Waves4Power has released a video showing its WaveEL wave energy system being turned ...

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LOC forms renewables unit

Marine and engineering consultancy LOC Group has created LOC Renewables to streamline its services to the offshore ...

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Japanese firm demonstrates floating wave prototype

Wave Energy Technologies has concluded the demonstration trials on its scaled floating wave energy prototype off ...

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FKCC appoints ocean expert to advise on engineering program

Florida Keys Community College (FKCC) has appointed Tony Jones to its advisory committee for the new engineering ...

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WaveEL wave device powers Norwegian grid

Waves4Power’s wave energy system has started delivering electricity to the Norwegian grid.

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Top news, May 29 – June 4, 2017

Tidal Energy Today has compiled the top news from tidal and wave energy industry from May 29 – June 4, 2017.

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Minesto’s tidal kite nears take-off with new supply deals

Minesto has hired two UK-based companies to supply it with parts for the Deep Green tidal plant scheduled for ...

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Video: Nautricity installs CoRMaT tidal turbine off Orkney

Nautricity has released a time-lapse footage showing the recent installation of its 500kW tidal energy turbine at ...

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US researchers study waves and tides off Oregon and Maine

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has started recording wave and tide movements off Oregon and Maine ...

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SmartBay Ireland hunts for test site business developer

SmartBay Ireland is recruiting for Business Development and Projects Coordinator to bring in new projects to the ...

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Washington residents back tidal power

A University of Washington (UW) study has found that Washington residents support tidal energy, especially those ...

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Video: SeaPower Platform winter trials off Ireland

The Marine Institute of Ireland has provided an overview of the testing activities on the SeaPower wave energy ...

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Life DemoWave clears permitting hurdles

Life DemoWave project has secured a permit to deploy wave energy converters for trials off the coast of Galicia, Spain.

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HIE’s year end results show strong push for wave energy

Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has through its subsidiary Wave Energy Scotland approved £12.4 million in ...

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ORPC not to pursue Cobscook Bay tidal license renewal

Ocean Power Energy Company (ORPC) has informed it would not apply for relicensing of the Cobscook Bay tidal energy ...

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Tocardo installs floating tidal device at EMEC

Dutch tidal energy developer Tocardo Tidal Power has completed the installation of its floating tidal turbine at ...

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Interview: Device mimicking coral reef rides Spanish waves

Bilbao-based wave energy company Arrecife Energy Systems is making progress on the development of its wave energy ...

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CorPower wave device feeds power to Swedish grid

CorPower Ocean's wave energy device has delivered power to the Swedish grid during dry testing currently taking ...

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Eco Wave Power checks Mexican waves

MetOcean Solutions has completed the wave energy assessment of a nearshore site on the west coast of Mexico on ...

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Renewables build up, one LEGO brick at a time

Finnish developer AW-Energy has assembled its WaveRoller wave energy device. However, it was built using LEGO ...

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