Wave-tricity floats tender for boats

UK-based wave energy developer Wave-tricity is looking to procure two boats for transfer of personnel, tools and ...

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ACEP tries out battery/turbine integration for microgrids

Alaska Center for Energy and Power (ACEP) will use the EnerDel Vibor+ battery pack as part of the testing on Oceana ...

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UK gets ready for second CfD allocation round

The UK government has published a series of documents clarifying the rules for the upcoming second contracts for ...

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EU grants over €2M for Irish hydrokinetic project

Irish companies GKinetic Energy and DesignPro have secured €2.5 million EU grant to commercialize new range of ...

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SeaQurrent ‘flies’ its tidal kite

SeaQurrent has conducted the first tests on its 'multi wing' tidal kite technology at the MARIN research institute ...

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Sea Power’s wave device set for removal

Sea Power plans to retrieve its scaled wave energy device from the Galway Bay marine renewables test site this week.

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Tidal Sails obtains permit for full-scale tidal pilot

Tidal Sails has secured a permit for a 4.4MW tidal energy pilot project set for deployment off Norway.

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EMEC calls for cable help

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) is looking to appoint a marine contractor to undertake cabling works at ...

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SgurrEnergy appoints clean energy head

SgurrEnergy, part of Wood Group’s clean energy business, has named Claus Hjoerringgaard as its new Director of ...

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Albany wave farm project moves step closer to reality

Albany wave energy project has moved closer to fruition after the WA Labor, the party who made the Au$19.5 million ...

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Top news, March 6 – 12, 2017

Tidal Energy Today has compiled the top news from tidal and wave energy industry from March 6 - 12, 2017.

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SR2000 exporting power

Scotrenewables Tidal Power's SR2000 tidal turbine is exporting power after being deployed at the European Marine ...

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James Fisher's 2016 results boosted by tidal energy works

James Fisher reported a 5% revenue increase in its Marine Support unit for 2016 (£203.6 million, up from £193.0 ...

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Ocean Wave Rower hits the water

Ocean Wave Rower wave energy device, developed by UK-based company Wave-tricity, has commenced sea trials off ...

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QED Naval names first Subhub platform

The first Subhub tidal platform, developed by QED Naval, has been named Kracken at a ceremony held on 9 March in ...

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Tidal energy helps solid state transformer market growth

Even though insufficient solid state transformer testing infrastructure and high cost are hampering the growth of ...

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Envirotek eyes further tidal energy projects in SEA

Envirotek, a Singapore-based clean-technology investment company, aims at leading the development of tidal ...

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EIB pondering €10M loan for MeyGen’s next phase

The European Investment Bank (EIB) added Atlantis Resources' MeyGen Phase 1B, also known as Project Stroma, to its ...

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UK Govt to replace LCF with new set of controls

UK Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered the Spring Budget 2017 on 8 March, according to which the Levy Control ...

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RenewableUK CEO: Energy industry should speak with one voice

RenewableUK chief executive Hugh McNeal says the UK energy industry, especially after exiting the EU, needs to ...

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Industry unchains marine renewables mooring approach

A team of nine European companies and organisations has been working on testing and qualifying new synthetic ...

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Schottel to commission Singapore tidal turbine this month

The tidal turbine deployed with an accompanying floating platform off Singapore is expected to be commissioned in ...

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OES: Ocean energy sector to create 680,000 jobs by 2050

Ocean Energy Systems (OES) has released a new report presenting global state-of-the-art in ocean energy sector.

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Marine-i bags £6.8M from ERDF for Cornish marine innovation

Marine-i, a collaborative project set up to boost marine innovation in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, has ...

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OPT loss widens slightly

Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) has reported a $0.1 million increase in net loss in the third quarter of fiscal year ...

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Minesto enlists bend restrictors supplier

Minesto has hired Subsea Energy Solutions to provide bend restrictors for its Deep Green tidal plant. UK-based ...

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EMEC looks for Non-Exec Director

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) is looking to appoint a Non-Executive Director to strengthen its Board for ...

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