Wyre Tidal Barrage moves step closer to realization

Duchy of Lancaster has granted exclusivity rights to Natural Energy Wyre to build a tidal barrage across the river ...

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WES: Call for novel wave energy converters

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) has issued a second competitive project call for the development of novel wave energy ...

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ABPmer welcomes Swansea Bay tidal lagoon decision

ABPmer has welcomed the decision by the UK Energy and Climate Change Secretary to grant planning permission to the ...

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Portuguese officials visit WaveRoller

AW-Energy, the company behind WaveRoller, hosted the visit from Portuguese officials at the installation site in ...

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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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Renewables organisations hail Swansea tidal approval

Regen SW, Renewable UK, and Ocean Energy Europe have welcomed the planning consent approval for the Swansea Bay ...

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Public to voice their opinion on Marine Spatial Plan

A consultation is being launched on a marine plan that will be used to guide development activities in the Pentland ...

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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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Image of the day: BlueTec tidal platform at sea

BlueTec floating tidal platform is located in the Marsdiep, the Netherlands. Marsdiep is a deep tide-race between ...

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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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Satellites to cut costs for offshore renewables

Existing satellites applications can be used to provide solutions to offshore renewable energy industry challenges, ...

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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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EUA: Universities to participate in energy research survey

The European University Association (EUA) is calling on European higher education institutions to participate in a ...

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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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Strategic Marine gets new General Manager

Strategic Marine has appointed Rob Osborn as General Manager for Fabrication and Engineering. According to ...

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EMEC cuts jobs as part of restructuring

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) will make redundancies as part of restructuring process to ensure the ...

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Top news, June 1 – 7, 2015

Tidal Energy Today Staff has compiled the top news from tidal and wave energy industry from June 1 – 7, 2015. China ...

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Alstom displays its marine technology in Nantes

Alstom participated in the Thetis exhibition showcasing its marine technologies for tidal and offshore wind sector. ...

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Webcast set up for POWER-GEN joint plenary panel discussion

POWER-GEN Europe is hosting the discussion on the future developments of European energy market and different types ...

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IDDRI points out legal issues in ocean energy development

The Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI) has issued a brief analysis of legal ...

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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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CEFC: $2.3 bln available for clean energy projects

The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) has stated it has over $2.3 bln available for investment into clean ...

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Junior Saltire Prize finalists conduct tests at FloWave

Twelve finalist teams selected from more than 200 school teams are today putting their wave energy model ...

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Indonesia to add wave power plants to its energy mix

The Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry of Indonesia has announced plans for the development of wave and current ...

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Aquamarine Power, WES join hands for 'Project Know-How'

Aquamarine Power has secured a three month contract with Wave Energy Scotland (WES) to share knowledge gained ...

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