Video: Tidetec puts bi-directional turbine to the test

Norwegian tidal energy developer Tidetec has completed the preparations for the forthcoming testing of its model ...

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Atlantis plans £5M raise through upcoming bond offer

Edinburgh-based tidal energy developer Atlantis Resources is preparing to launch a bond offer at the end of June to ...

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Renewables hybrid LOGiC gets EU funding push

The European Union has formally approved €2.5 million for the international project seeking to develop a ...

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OERA offers funding for tidal research projects

Offshore Energy Research Association of Nova Scotia (OERA) has launched a funding call for tidal energy research ...

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Innovate UK opens £15 million call. Wave, tidal can apply

Innovate UK has launched a £15 million call for cutting-edge technology innovation projects from any sector, ...

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FORCE hunts for environmental programs chief

Canada’s lead test facility for in-stream tidal energy technology Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) is ...

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Carnegie to lead global business to UN's clean energy goal

Carnegie Clean Energy (CCE) has been selected to lead global business in achieving the United Nation’s Sustainable ...

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HIE appoints new CEO

Scottish business development agency Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has appointed Charlotte Wright as its ...

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EU Innovation Fund as energy industry experts would want it

The European energy industry experts have expressed their views on how the proposed Innovation Fund could be ...

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HydroQuest first to test at SEENEOH tidal site

French hydrokinetic developer HydroQuest will be the first company to test its tidal technology at the recently ...

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Wave and tidal devices show minor effects on marine wildlife

The study into the impacts of tidal and wave devices on marine wildlife found little evidence of long-term effects ...

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SR2000 almost ready for comeback to EMEC

The SR2000 floating tidal turbine will next week be towed back to Fall of Warness tidal testing site following the ...

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Malta takes on floating storage for offshore renewables

Researchers at the University of Malta are making progress on the development of a floating platform for renewable ...

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OPT’s PB3 wave device meets Japan’s needs

Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) has informed that its PB3 commercial PowerBuoy is meeting all of its performance ...

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SEM-REV looks for offshore test site manager

Centrale Nantes in looking to appoint a manager for the SEM-REV marine renewables test site located off the western ...

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ETIP Ocean explores control systems for tidal, wave devices

The European Technology and Innovation Platform for Ocean Energy (ETIP Ocean) will this month host a webinar to ...

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CorPower to showcase S3 wave energy converter

CorPower Ocean will hold a launch event later this month in Stockholm where its latest generation resonant S3 wave ...

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New OTEC guide on the horizon

International group of experts is making progress on the development of a new ocean thermal energy conversion ...

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Top news, June 5 – 11, 2017

Tidal Energy Today has compiled the top news from tidal and wave energy industry from June 5 – 11, 2017.

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New UK government urged to prioritize renewables

UK’s renewable energy organizations have called the county’s new government to put the development of renewable ...

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Atlantis on the lookout for MeyGen operations engineer

Atlantis Resources is expanding its project delivery team with a new job opening for an Electrical and Control ...

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Planning for Albany wave energy center gets underway

A meeting between Western Australia’s government officials and renewable energy industry stakeholders has been held ...

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WETFEET tests at FloWave

The WETFEET wave energy project team has conducted two sets of tests at the FloWave Ocean Energy Research Facility ...

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Evopod tidal unit hits Portuguese waters

The MORE team of the Centre for Marine and Environmental Research (CIMA) from the University of Algarve has ...

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IEA: Current policies insufficient to reach climate goals

Renewable energy technologies must be considerably ramped up in order to meet long-term climate change targets and ...

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Hawaii sticks to Paris Agreement

The state of Hawaii has enacted a law that supports the commitments and goals of the Paris Agreement one week after ...

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UK National Grid concludes initial CfD bids review

The non-qualification review assessment for the second contracts for difference (CfD) bids has been concluded, and ...

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