EU could see 71MW of tidal energy capacity in 2020

Within the European Union, 71MW of tidal stream and 37MW of wave energy capacity could be commissioned in 2020, ...

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Marine Energy Week kicks off, industry visiting BiMEP site

Marine Energy Week opened its doors on 27 March in Bilbao, Spain, with the second day of the event dedicated to ...

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Video: WES novel wave energy converters stage one testing

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) has released a video showing the scale testing of wave energy devices as part of its ...

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Finima Innovations looks for wave R&D support

Finima Innovations is looking to appoint research and development engineers to support its wave energy development ...

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ORE Catapult takes students to engineering test

Students from Northumberland Church of England Academy (NCEA) have completed an engineering project with ...

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Universities to work on eco-friendly tidal lagoon designs

A new €4 million Ecostructure project has been launched to investigate how coastal defenses and renewable energy ...

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Top news, March 20 – 26, 2017

Tidal Energy Today has compiled the top news from tidal and wave energy industry from March 20 – 26, 2017.

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MaRINET2 fixes first call date

The second EU-funded Marine Renewables Infrastructure Network (MaRINET2) project plans to launch the first call for ...

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TP Ocean probes stage-gate metrics for ocean energy funding

TP Ocean is organizing a webinar that will examine the ways in which stage-gate procedures can be usefully applied ...

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OEE, Atlantis hail French tidal tender plans

Ocean Energy Europe (OEE), and Atlantis Resources, have welcomed the French government's plans to launch a tender ...

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Minesto awards load cells supply contract

Minesto has hired a Berkshire-based company Applied Measurements for the supply of load cells to be used for Deep ...

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DCNS Energies bolsters Brittany marine renewables ties

DCNS Energies will collaborate with the French region of Brittany to develop sites suitable for large-scale tidal ...

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Intertek presents study on tidal range energy

Intertek has published a study on the influence of storm surge on tidal range energy as part of tidal energy ...

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Wavepower sets up R&D center in Ireland

UK-based wave energy developer Wavepower Technologies plans to establish a research and development office in ...

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MeyGen nears 400MWh of tidal power generation

Atlantis Resources has revealed that in the first three weeks of March, the average generation at MeyGen has been ...

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Scotland calls for low carbon rural energy innovations

Scottish government has made available £10 million to assist innovative local energy projects in rural parts of Scotland.

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France plans 2017 tidal tender

The French government plans to open a tender for tidal energy projects off the regions of Normandy and Brittany ...

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Minesto hunts for marine operator

Minesto is looking to enter into a framework agreement of general support services for various marine operational ...

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WES seeks advisor for wave projects

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) is looking to appoint an individual or organization to act as its independent third ...

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FORESEA boosts 15 ocean energy developers

An €11 million EU-funded FORESEA initiative has backed 15 offshore renewable energy technologies following its ...

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Ocean Flow Energy ends Sanda Sound tidal testing program

Ocean Flow Energy has decided to cease its tidal testing program at Sanda Sound tidal site due to lack of research ...

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SEA CEO calls it quits

The Chief Executive Officer of the Scottish Energy Association (SEA), Hector Grant, is to step down at the end of April.

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TRL+ releases Bimep metocean analysis

The TRL+ consortium has analyzed the metocean conditions at Bimep test site to support the future design of wave ...

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GWave hires JFMS to support Wave Hub installation

James Fisher Marine Services (JFMS) has been selected to provide project engineering services for the installation ...

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Oceanera-Net launches €17 million ocean energy call

A new €17 million ocean energy call to support the development of ocean energy technologies has been launched by ...

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Pembrokeshire to get marine energy center

Pembrokeshire has come one step closer to the establishment of a marine renewable energy center around the Milford ...

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Energy-related CO2 emissions could be cut-out by 2060

Global energy-related CO2 emissions can be reduced by 70% by 2050 and completely phased-out by 2060 with a net ...

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