Tritech supplies OpenHydro with Gemini sonars

OpenHydro, an Irish-based tidal energy developer, has purchased a number of Tritech’s Gemini imaging sonars for its ...

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FORCE buzzing with activity

The Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) and its partners are entering frequent and ongoing activity at ...

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Bombora Wave bags government grant

Bombora Wave Power, a Perth-based wave energy developer, has been granted Au$130,861 (approximately $95,000) for ...

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CETO makes fresh waves

The desalination plant that is powered by Carnegie Wave’s CETO system is now fully integrated and operational. ...

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Sabella to power Philippines

French tidal energy developer Sabella has partnered up with H&WB Asia Pacific to develop tidal power plant in ...

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GKinetic Energy launches tidal device

Irish GKinetic Energy has deployed its tidal energy device to conduct tow tests in Limerick Docks, Ireland. ...

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Global Energy Group names new EVP

Global Energy Group (GEG) has appointed Ian Cobban as its new Executive Vice President (EVP). Cobban joins the ...

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Atlantic Towing inks Cape Sharp Tidal deal

Nova Scotia-based Atlantic Towing has secured a contract to provide tug and barge services to the Cape Sharp Tidal ...

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OPT tests its new power take-off system

Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) has begun the testing of a redesigned APB350 power take-off (PTO) system, in ...

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Scotland: Wave energy to advance aquaculture

Wave Energy Scotland (WES), a subsidiary of Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), has announced a £720,000 ...

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Irish marine energy firms get €3.5M from the government

Three Irish marine energy companies have received €3.5 million of government funding for the development and ...

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Wello starts Penguin II testing

Finnish wave energy developer Wello has begun the testing of its Penguin II wave energy converter off Canary ...

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VIDEO: BlueTEC from drawing to full-scale device in 6 months

The BlueTEC tidal energy platform has gone full circle, from drawing to full-scale deployed and grid-connected ...

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EC boosts MeyGen with €17M

The European Commission has approved the grant transfer of €17 million from the Kyle Rhea project to ...

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Carnegie wraps up CETO 6 concept design

Carnegie Wave, an Australian wave energy developer, has completed the conceptual design phase of its CETO 6 ...

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Lloyd’s Register gives nod for WaveRoller

AW Energy’s wave energy device, WaveRoller, has received the second endorsement from Lloyd’s Register Energy. ...

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OMM handles cables for Wave Hub

Offshore Marine Management (OMM) has begun the delivery of a long term scope for cable management consultancy ...

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BlueTEC platform to float with double power

The BlueTEC Texel Tidal partnership is planning the installation of a second, larger turbine on the BlueTEC ...

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GeoSea completes jack-up vessel trials

DEME Group’s GeoSea has concluded the trials of a jack-up vessel at Raz Blanchard, off France. According to DEME, ...

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Falcon eyes North Ireland tidal site

Marine Ecological Surveys has conducted an impact assessment study of a proposed tidal array installation off Torr ...

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Chopper intervenes for Orkney radar delivery

A 16-foot long radar piece of a new VTS (vessel traffic system) was transferred by helicopter from EMEC’s Billia ...

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New hydraulics research facility launched in the Netherlands

The Delta Flume hydraulics research facility has been opened in Delft, the Netherlands. The Delta Flume will be the ...

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Floating tidal stream turbine project to get financial boost

A collaborative effort between Instream Energy Systems and IT Power Consulting to design a floating tidal platform ...

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VIDEO: Protean wave energy converter testing

Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Stonehenge Metals has recently concluded the ocean testing of the fully ...

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TNEI launches Catapult marine energy studies

TNEI Services, a UK-based energy and environmental consultancy, has completed a series of studies on behalf of ORE ...

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Mojo Maritime tests Mermaid

Mojo Maritime is testing its marine planning and risk optimisation tool called Mermaid prior to the planned ...

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Fred. Olsen’s Lifesaver ready for Hawaii installation

Sound & Sea Technology (SST) has completed the assembly of Fred. Olsen’s Lifesaver wave energy converter ahead ...

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