VIDEO: AquaHarmonics’ scaled WEC testing

AquaHarmonics, one of the teams competing for the Wave Energy Prize challenge, is developing a point absorber wave ...

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WWF-Canada supports responsible in-stream tidal

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Canada, an international conservation organization, has supported in-stream tidal energy ...

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OPT: PowerBuoy floats towards commercialization

Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) has announced its PowerBuoy APB350 A1 exceeded 125 days of deployment, and surpassed ...

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RME Cape Verde bags over $900K from SEFA

Resolute Marine Energy (RME) Cape Verde, a subsidiary of the US-based wave energy player RME, has received $930,000 ...

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GE creates high density power stack

GE Power Conversion has developed a higher density power stack which enables the converters to remain small in size ...

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US DoE, WES team up for wave energy workshop

The US Department of Energy (DoE) and Wave Energy Scotland (WES) are organizing a joint workshop on wave energy ...

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US DoE recruiting for MHK general engineer

US Department of Energy’s (DoE) Wind and Water Power Technologies Office is seeking applicants for the ...

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VIDEO: SWIFT buoys air-drop deployments

Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center (NNMREC) researchers have deployed SWIFT buoys from a helicopter ...

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USA: Sanders launches bill to support renewables tax credits

Bernie Sanders, the Senator of Vermont and US presidential candidate, has introduced a legislation which aims to ...

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OERA: Deadline for research proposals closes in

Canada-based Offshore Energy Research Association (OERA) has set up a January 15 deadline for research proposals in ...

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Snohomish County PUD gives up license for tidal project

Snohomish County Public Utility District (PUD) has applied to US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to ...

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ACEP gets $500K boost

ConocoPhillips Alaska has donated $500,000 for the completion of the energy research facility at the University of ...

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Chile: 70% of electricity to come from renewables by 2050

Chile has introduced a new long-term energy strategy under which at least 70% of national electricity generation is ...

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Guyana seeks tidal energy proposals

The Ministry of Public Infrastructure of Guyana is calling for proposals from power producers to develop an ...

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US DoE appoints Head of CEIC

The US Department of Energy (Doe) has appointed Sanjiv Malhotra as the first Director of Clean Energy Investment ...

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OPT loss narrows in Q2

Ocean Power Technologies (OPT), a New Jersey-based wave energy developer, has reported a decrease in net loss for ...

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Wave Energy Prize: Teams to finish testing end of January

Semi-finalist teams running for the Wave Energy Prize, set up by the US Department of Energy, are scheduled to ...

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MRC makes new Board appointments

Marine Renewables Canada (MRC) has appointed four new members to its Board of Directors. The new directors bring ...

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US DoE: $10.5 million for next-gen marine energy systems

US Department of Energy (DoE) has selected six organizations that will receive $10.5 million to support the design ...

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USA: UMaine wave energy testing underway

The University of Maine (UMaine) Composites Center is currently testing US Wave Energy Prize challenge finalists’ ...

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Atlas Ocean concludes scaled WEC testing

Atlas Ocean Systems, a US-based wave energy developer, has completed the trials of its scaled SQ5 wave energy ...

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Image of the day: OpenHydro’s tidal turbine in Pictou

The image was taken during FORCE staff visit to the Aecon facility in Pictou, Nova Scotia, Canada.

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Cape Sharp Tidal lays cables

Cape Sharp Tidal has completed the installation of its subsea power cable and launched its deployment barge. A ...

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BOEM standing committee to discuss ocean energy

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine will hold the first meeting of the BOEM standing ...

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Nova Scotia to strengthen tidal legislation

The Government of Nova Scotia plans to introduce amendments to tidal energy legislation in an effort to strengthen ...

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USA to get tidal energy testing site

The Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative (MRECo) plans to construct tidal energy test site in the Cape Cod Canal, ...

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AW-Energy eyes Mexico

AW-Energy has announced plans to develop a 10 MW wave energy farm in the Pacific Ocean, off Mexico. Finnish wave ...

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