IEA forecasts strong renewables growth by 2022

International Energy Agency (IEA) has released its medium-term renewables market report which predicts 43% increase ...

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Port of Brest steps up for marine renewables

The French port of Brest has begun upgrading its quay areas to better serve the needs of the marine renewable ...

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Nova Scotia considers setting up small-scale tidal test site

Offshore Energy Research Association of Nova Scotia (OERA) has issued a request for proposals to determine if there ...

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Wave Hub goes on a recruiting spree

Wave Hub is looking to expand its team with new job openings for Research and Business Development Manager, and ...

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MORE redeploys Evopod tidal device

The Marine Offshore Renewable Energy (MORE) team from the University of Algarve has redeployed the Evopod E1 tidal ...

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Bardot appoints financial engineering head

Bardot Group has appointed Xavier de Lastic to the position of Head of Financial Engineering for large projects.

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Marine certification workshop set for Nantes

The MET-CERTIFIED project has organized a workshop on marine energy certification and standardization as a side ...

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OceaNET wraps up wind and wave engineers coaching

The OceaNET project has come to an end having trained 13 young researchers in the areas of floating offshore wind ...

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GCE Subsea joins Ocean Energy Europe

Norway-based subsea industry cluster GCE Subsea has become a member of Ocean Energy Europe.

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OSIL equips Seacams2 for tidal turbulence study

Ocean Scientific International (OSIL) has shipped a network of 3 data buoys to Bangor University's School of Ocean ...

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Tidal players get on Scottish Green Energy Awards shortlist

Scottish Renewables has unveiled the shortlist for this year’s Scottish Green Energy Awards which features several ...

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ENEA sums up Italian ocean energy research activities

Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (ENEA) has published a ...

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Innovate UK funds Instream’s floating tidal demonstrator

Instream Energy Systems and ITPEnergised have secured funding from the UK’s innovation agency Innovate UK to build ...

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Wales sets 70% clean energy target

Welsh government has set a target for Wales to generate 70% of its electricity consumption from renewable energy by 2030.

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Orkney outlines sustainable energy path driven by innovation

A Sustainable Energy Strategy for Orkney was launched last week as part of the official opening of the Surf ‘n’ ...

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Top news, September 25 – October 1, 2017

Tidal Energy Today has compiled the top news from tidal and wave energy industry from September 25 until October 1, 2017.

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Japan designs WEC turbine to tame shoreline waves

Researchers from the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) have outlined plans for ...

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UK PM May urged once again to green-light Swansea lagoon

Welsh Conservatives have written to the UK Prime Minister Theresa May asking for the full support for the proposed ...

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HIE appoints new business chief

Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has named David Oxley as its new director of business and sector development.

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Scottish wave body invests in future R&D

Wave Energy Scotland is looking to invest around £320,000 in four short projects that will help shape its future ...

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Muskeget Channel scans for fitting tidal kit

Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative (MRECo) is looking for the most suitable tidal energy technology that could ...

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Final approval secured for Cape Cod Canal tidal testing site

Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative (MRECo) has cleared the final regulatory hurdle for the installation of the ...

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Newcastle Uni revamps marine engineering research facility

Newcastle University has unveiled its newly-refurbished Emerson Cavitation Tunnel at Port of Blyth as part of a ...

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Image of the day: Schottel’s SIT250 ready for Scottish tides

Schottel Hydro has released a photo of the SIT 250 tidal turbine ahead of its shipment to Scotland for the ...

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Wave Energy Scotland hires PTO technical experts

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) has appointed two experts for independent assessment of the projects that will proceed ...

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Hydrogen fuel cell unveiled in Scotland

The pioneering Surf 'n' Turf hydrogen community energy project has been launched in Orkney by the Scottish ...

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OERA bolsters Canadian tidal energy research

Offshore Energy Research Association of Nova Scotia (OERA) has awarded funding to four marine energy research projects.

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