Perth Wave Energy Project clocks 10.000 hours

Carnegie Wave Energy has announced that its wave energy project off Perth has reached 10.000 hours of continuous ...

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FORCE to intensify environmental monitoring efforts

Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) has released its second Environmental Effects Monitoring Report in ...

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Community renewables in Scotland on the rise

Community and locally owned energy capacity in Scotland could generate enough electricity to power approximately ...

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Open Ocean to expand its international presence

Open Ocean, a French-based startup, has announced plans to double its workforce by 2016 and set up a foreign office ...

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Kepler Energy pushes ahead with tidal energy fence project

Kepler Energy, the developer behind tidal energy fence project, is embarking on a funding round to take forward the ...

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Image of the day: Sabella on-board Palembang

Sabella has boarded its D10 tidal turbine on a cargo ship ahead of the planned deployment on Thursday, June 25. ...

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Marine Renewables Canada 2015 agenda uveiled

Marine Renewables Canada has released its 2015 conference sessions list. This year, the conference will focus on ...

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ISWEC ready for July deployment

Italy-based Wave for Energy plans to deploy its ISWEC wave energy device off Sicily in the second week of July. The ...

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Bombora to harness Indonesian waves

Bombora Wave Power has signed a Technology Evaluation Agreement with Anoa Power Indonesia. Under the agreement Anoa ...

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Stonehenge completes Protean WEC

Stonehenge Metals has completed the building and the assembly of the Protean wave energy converter (WEC). According ...

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EIB, EC to finance renewable energy demonstration projects

The European Investment Bank (EIB) and the European Commission have launched the Energy Demo Projects (EDP) ...

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Stonehenge to develop wave energy farm off Western Australia

Stonehenge Metals has announced plans to install an array of Protean wave energy devices off the coast of Western ...

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Company of the Year Award goes to SgurrEnergy

SgurrEnergy, a UK-based renewable energy consultancy, has been named as the Company of the Year at the British ...

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EC: EU members progressing well to 2020 renewables target

The European Commission has released the progress report on 2020 renewable energy targets showing that the EU is on ...

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ACEP’s team getting ready for summer test season

ACEP’s Alaska Hydrokinetic Energy Research Center (AHERC) is making preparations prior to the summer testing ...

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Atmocean to retry wave energy system deployment next week

Atmocean, a US wave energy developer, plans to retry the deployment of its wave energy system off Peru later next ...

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Sabella to install its D10 tidal turbine on June 25

Sabella is currently performing preparations prior to the planned installation of its 1 MW D10 tidal turbine on ...

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Fair Head tidal energy project on track

The team behind the 100 MW Fair Head tidal energy project has announced that it has completed over 95 percent of ...

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Tidal Energy Ltd further delays DeltaStream deployment

Tidal Energy Ltd has postponed the deployment of DeltaStream tidal turbine due to lack of finance. Tidal Energy ...

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Carnegie bags $460 K from AU government

Carnegie Wave Energy has received approval for $460.246 of Government grant payments for the Perth Wave Energy ...

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RenewableUK responds to Dieter Helm’s tidal lagoon comment

Jennifer Webber, Renewable UK’s Director of External Affairs, has responded to the comment made by Oxford professor ...

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Renewables associations call for better use of EU potentials

The renewables associations are calling for EU policy makers to ensure secure and sustainable energy future in line ...

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Update: Belgian firm behind Swansea tidal complaint named

Jan De Nul Group has been named as the company that filed a complaint over the regularity of the preferred bidder ...

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Oxford professor condemns tidal lagoon costs

In a paper criticizing the UK energy policy, Professor Dieter Helm proposes for DECC to avoid supporting expensive ...

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Eco Wave Power selected as finalist for Erasmus Energy Award

Eco Wave Power, an Israeli wave energy developer, has been shortlisted for the Erasmus Energy Awards that will be ...

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OPT’s wave energy device gets deployment approval

Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) has received final permit approval for the deployment of its PB40 PowerBuoy off New ...

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Questions raised over Swansea tidal deal with CHEC

A Belgian company has raised questions over the regularity of £300 mln contract appointment of China Harbour ...

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