HR Wallingford to optimize Swansea tidal lagoon design

HR Wallingford has been appointed by China Harbour Engineering Company to support the development of Swansea Bay ...

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Chile gets marine R&D center MERIC

The government of Chile, through the Ministry of Energy and Corfo, has signed an agreement with French-based DCNS ...

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Perpetuus Tidal gets planning consent for onshore facilities

Local Planning Authority has granted an outline planning consent for the onshore elements of the Perpetuus Tidal ...

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UK: Planning consent granted for Swansea Bay tidal lagoon

UK Secretary of State, Amber Rudd, has granted the planning consent for the construction of the world’s first tidal ...

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Azura wave energy device powers military base in Hawaii

NWEI’s Azura wave energy device has been connected to the Hawaiian electricity grid, and is delivering power to ...

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Construction progressing well at MeyGen site

Following the successful punching through of the second bore hole, the construction at the MeyGen tidal array site ...

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Western Isles reach full grid capacity

With the Western Isles grid now operating at full capacity, Scottish and Southern Energy Power Distribution (SSEPD) ...

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Atmocean to deploy wave energy system this week

Atmocean, a US wave energy developer, is aiming to deploy its wave energy system off Peru on June 10, 2015. The ...

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Carnegie pockets $1.15 mln from ARENA

Carnegie Wave has been granted approval for receiving $1.15 million in milestone payments from the Australian ...

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TLP issues a statement on rock supply for Swansea tidal

Following the announcement of China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) appointment as preferred bidder for the ...

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China enters UK with £300 mln contract for Swansea tidal

China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) has been named as preferred bidder for the £300 mln contract to provide ...

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Newcastle University: £1.5 mln to boost marine engineering

Newcastle University has announced a £1.5 mln investment to further expand its School of Marine Science and ...

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MODEC retrieves sunken SKWID unit

Mitsui Ocean Development & Engineering Company (MODEC) has salvaged its floating wind and current hybrid ...

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OERA seeks tidal energy resource assessment propositions

The Offshore Energy Research Association (OERA) has been commissioned by the Nova Scotia Department of Energy to ...

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EPSRC launches funding call for wave and tidal

The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), as part of the Research Councils UK (RCUK) Energy ...

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DNV GL Renewables recruiting in UK

DNV GL (Renewables Advisory Division) is looking for a Head of Section Offshore Renewables Installation and ...

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Canada, UK to tackle turbulence impact on tidal and wave

FloWave Ocean Energy Research Facility at Edinburgh University and Canadian marine turbulence specialists Rockland ...

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Image of the day: Anchors for BlueTec towed into position

Anchors for BlueTec tidal platform are being towed into position on May 28, 2015, ahead of the planned installation ...

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Alun Griffiths wins £25 mln supply contract for Swansea tidal

Alun Griffiths has been named as preferred bidder for public realm ancillary works for Swansea Bay tidal lagoon. ...

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VIDEO: Sabella lays cable for D10 tidal

Sabella, a French tidal energy developer, has completed the cable laying procedure for its 1 MW D10 tidal turbine ...

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China to advance wave energy with three test sites

China is planning to build three wave energy test sites off Shandong, Zhejiang and Guangdong provinces. The ...

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Re-opening of Dean Quarry raises environmental concerns

Plans to extract rock for the construction of the proposed Swansea Bay tidal lagoon from Dean Quarry has raised ...

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EMEC, CENSIS to aid development of new sensor technologies

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) and CENSIS  (Innovation Centre for Sensor and Imaging Systems) have joined ...

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Bureau Veritas: New guide to boost current and tidal turbines

Bureau Veritas has published a new guide, NI 603 Current and Tidal Turbines, intended to help the development of ...

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SMRU Consulting Europe gets new directors

SMRU Consulting Europe has announced the promotion of Carol Sparling to Technical Director, and Cormac Booth to ...

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ENGIE: Competition for UK's innovative clean energy projects

ENGIE (formerly GDF SUEZ) has launched Big Pitch UK – a national competition to find the UK’s most innovative ...

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CEFOW project set to advance wave energy

EU-funded CEFOW research project aims to accelerate wave power development, decrease the levelised cost of ocean ...

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