WES selects Cruz Atcheson as wave projects advisor

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) has appointed Cruz Atcheson Consulting Engineers as an independent advisor for its novel ...

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DesignPro calls for hydrokinetic testing bids

DesignPro has launched a tender seeking a certified river or estuary test site to deploy and test a 25kW ...

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TC's Energy agrees $2B financing plan for Ghana wave plant

TC's Energy has executed a $2 billion prelisting financing term sheet with US-based equity firm Milost Global for ...

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Welsh AM's to press Greg Clark for Swansea lagoon go-ahead

Welsh assembly chairmen will meet with the UK Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Greg ...

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NEMOS wraps up wave device testing in Denmark

German wave energy developer NEMOS has concluded the long-term testing program on its scaled wave energy device ...

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HACE scores €850K to build full-scale wave device

French wave energy company Hydro Air Concept Energie (HACE) has reportedly raised €850,000 to build a full-scale ...

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Historic England to examine impacts of tidal lagoons

Public body in charge of England’s historic environment Historic England has hired a research into the implications ...

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EMEC recruits for Senior Electrical Test Engineer

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) is seeking to add a Senior Electrical Test Engineer to its team to assist ...

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TNEI makes strategic choice

UK-based energy consultancy TNEI has appointed Anna Ferguson as its Strategy Director.

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NEMOS secures permit from Belgium for wave prototype trials

Belgian authorities have issued an approval to German wave energy developer NEMOS to construct the full-scale wave ...

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TC's Energy engages financial advisor for Ghana wave project

Ghana-based power producer and wave energy projects developer TC's Energy has hired Palewater Advisory Group (PAG) ...

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JFMS on point for MeyGen installations

James Fisher Marine Services (JFMS) is preparing to redeploy the third tidal turbine for the MeyGen project after ...

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Atlantis rolls in £5M through fully subscribed bond offer

Atlantis Resources has closed the fully subscribed ocean energy bond offer raising the target amount of £5 million ...

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IEA: France top tidal energy generator in 2016

France has emerged as top tidal energy generator with 500GWh of electricity produced from its tidal resources in ...

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BRTP delays Triton deployment for 2018

Black Rock Tidal Power (BRTP), a Schottel Hydro company, has once again pushed back the deployment of its Triton ...

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EU awards €9M for wave and tidal research in UK and Ireland

Queen’s University Belfast has secured over €9.3 million from the EU’s Interreg VA Programme to create a 'virtual ...

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Top news, July 17 – 23, 2017

Tidal Energy Today has compiled the top news from tidal and wave energy industry from July 17 – 23, 2017.

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Image of the day: OpenHydro turbine ripe for polishing

OpenHydro's tidal turbine, recently retrieved from the seabed off Brittany in France, has reached the coast of ...

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Black Rock Tidal Power reviews Triton design

Black Rock Tidal Power (BRTP) has undertaken a design review of its Triton tidal energy platform planned for ...

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Atlantis’ ongoing bond offer raises £4.6M

Atlantis Resources has almost reached the coveted target of £5 million through its ongoing bond offer on the ...

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Gallery: Naval Energies lays first stone for tidal plant

Naval Energies has laid the first stone for the Cherbourg tidal turbines assembly plant in the presence of the ...

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New study sums up lessons for ocean energy development

A Study on Lessons for Ocean Energy Development, commissioned by the European Commission’s DG for Research and ...

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Ireland releases first national GHG mitigation plan

The government of Ireland has published its first statutory National Mitigation Plan outlining steps to transition ...

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WES launches wave knowledge library

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) has launched a new online library that offers over 100 documents stemming from its wave ...

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MRC puts spotlight on Ireland’s marine renewables

Marine Renewables Canada (MRC) is organizing a webinar intended to provide in-depth information on Ireland's marine ...

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A&P Group makes Great Yarmouth appointments

Ship repair and marine specialist A&P Group has named two managers to deliver its new strategic partnership with ...

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Cherbourg tidal assembly plant set for construction start

Naval Energies will officially launch the construction of a purpose-built tidal turbine assembly facility at ...

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