Aquamarine’s Oyster gets €800K EU grant

Aquamarine Power and the National University of Ireland, Maynooth (NUIM) have together secured an €800,000 EU ...

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EMEC, FloWave replicate Scotland’s seas in a lab

Two of the world’s leading ocean energy test centres have joined forces for a ground-breaking project to recreate ...

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TiPTORs project sets out improved tidal turbine methodology

The first phase of the Tidal Turbine Powertrain Reliability Project (TiPTORs), led by the Offshore Renewable Energy ...

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OPT works to speed up PowerBuoy commercialization

Ocean Power Technologies, Inc. (OPT) has formed a Technical Advisory Panel (TAP) to accelerate PowerBuoy® ...

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Eco Wave Power secures Israeli grid connection

Eco Wave Power has received an official recognition for a “Pioneering Device” by Dr. Bracha Halaf, the ...

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OPT deploys new PowerBuoy off Atlantic City

Ocean Power Technologies, Inc. (OPT) has deployed its APB350 A1 PowerBuoy approximately 14 miles northeast of ...

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Sotenäs wave project to get new export cable

Fortum and Seabased Industry have agreed to replace an export cable at their Sotenäs demonstration wave power ...

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Carnegie swaps CETO units

Carnegie Wave Energy has demonstrated the ability to swap CETO units during plant operation at its Perth wave ...

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Bombora Wave deploys scaled wave energy device

Bombora Wave Power, a Perth-based wave energy developer, has deployed a scaled prototype of their wave energy ...

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Carnegie targets Seychelles

Carnegie Wave Energy has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Republic of Seychelles to investigate ...

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HydroQuest eyes African market

HydroQuest, a French-based hydrokinetic turbines developer, has accompanied the French president Francois Hollande ...

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OTEC to contribute to Malaysian energy mix

The ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) could contribute to the 2,080 MW share of all renewable energy in ...

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OPT to present at investment conference in NY

Ocean Power Technologies (OPT), a New Jersey-based wave energy developer, will be presenting at the 17th Annual ...

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LERU: Horizon 2020 budget cuts unacceptable

The League of European Research Universities (LERU) has called for the respect of European Commission’s Horizon ...

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Basques design technique for predicting wave energy amounts

The climate and meteorology group at the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), EOLO group, has developed a ...

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Bibby HydroMap finalizes Holyhead Deep Green survey op

Bibby HydroMap has completed survey operations on the €30 million Deep Green tidal energy project off Holyhead, for ...

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ORE Catapult, CENSIS team up for new tidal sensors

A new type of sensor could soon be installed on the blades of subsea tidal turbines to monitor the interaction ...

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Image of the day: FAST monitoring platform

The Fundy Advanced Sensor Technology (FAST) platforms are recoverable instrument platforms designed to monitor and ...

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VIDEO: WERPO’s wave energy technology

WERPO, an Israeli wave energy player, has designed a wave energy system that harnesses the energy of the waves to ...

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Momentum building for the Welsh marine energy sector

The profile of Wales as a potential location for marine energy projects has increased dramatically over the past 12 ...

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VIDEO: Minesto’s Deep Green technology

Minesto, a Swedish-based tidal energy company, has developed a new concept for tidal power generation called Deep ...

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Gallery: PolyGen’s Volta wave energy device

PolyGen, a UK-based wave energy developer, has recently installed a full-scale Volta wave energy device at FaBTest, ...

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HZ Windpower explores marine current turbines

HZ Windpower, a Chinese-based technology manufacturer, has completed the preliminary research on marine current ...

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Interview: Wave coupled with offshore wind to reduce costs

NEMOS, a German-based wave energy company, has developed an innovative system to generate electricity from ocean ...

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WERPO announces twofold venture in Sri Lanka

WERPO, an Israeli wave energy developer, has entered into an agreement with Help Mankind for a twofold joint ...

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New tidal gauge completed in Wash

A new tidal gauge installed in the Wash, Lincolnshire, will help the Environment Agency measure tides, predict ...

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CEFC to financially support renewables in regional Australia

Clean Energy Finance Corporation’s CEO Oliver Yates said there is significant potential for regional ...

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