Wello reports wave testing progress

Finnish wave energy developer Wello has informed that its Penguin wave energy device survived several major storm ...

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Researchers complete first set of CEFOW ecological studies

Plymouth and Exeter universities have completed the first set of ecological studies as part of the EU Horizon 2020 ...

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Ocean Energy ready for 500kW wave device build-out

Irish wave energy developer Ocean Energy plans to begin with the manufacturing of its up-scaled wave energy device ...

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SKF supports Scotrenewables in SR2000 tidal project

SKF Ocean Energy has worked with Scotrenewables’ engineering team to supply a number of key components and holistic ...

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Hydrogen fuel cell unveiled in Scotland

The pioneering Surf 'n' Turf hydrogen community energy project has been launched in Orkney by the Scottish ...

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CorPower eyes marine operators for Orkney deployment

Swedish wave energy developer CorPower Ocean has issued a request for quotations for marine operations related to ...

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Kraken tidal platform clears factory acceptance tests

Edinburgh-based engineering consultancy QED Naval has completed the factory acceptance tests on its Subhub tidal ...

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Nautricity to recover tidal turbine for upkeep

Glasgow-based tidal energy developer Nautricity plans to retrieve its CoRMaT tidal turbine for maintenance purposes ...

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Interview: Atir's opposing blades direct to turn the tides

Hidden from the view below the surface of the water, the Atir floating tidal platform will soon receive its ...

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EMEC boasts first tidal-powered hydrogen generation

European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has produced hydrogen gas using electricity generated from tidal energy, ...

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Spotlight put on ocean energy environmental guide need

ETIP Ocean has recently held a webinar that highlighted the requirement for guidance on where the environmental ...

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Atir floating tidal platform nears blades fitting

Spanish tidal energy developer Magallanes Renovables has revealed it will install the blades for its Atir floating ...

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Laminaria scores €2M to further advance wave tech

Belgian wave energy company Laminaria has raised €2 million to support the development and full-scale demonstration ...

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Aqua Power Tech tests wave energy prototype

UK-based wave energy research and development start-up Aqua Power Technologies is currently conducting tests on its ...

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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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EC-OG power hybrid set for quick turnaround at EMEC

East Coast Oil and Gas Engineering (EC-OG) will over the weekend conduct retrieval and redeployment operation of ...

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Orkney Council pays £1 for Pelamis wave energy device

Orkney Islands Council has bought the Pelamis P2 wave energy device from the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) ...

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Gallery: EMEC showcases Europe's pioneering ocean tech

A delegation from the European Commission visited Orkney in Scotland this week to get a taste of the pioneering ...

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Tocardo earns Ofgem creds

Dutch tidal energy developer Tocardo Tidal Power has obtained accreditation under the renewables obligation scheme ...

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EMEC to host high-level EU delegation in Orkney

The representatives of the European Commission will visit Orkney’s world leading ocean energy test center later ...

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EMEC goes on a recruiting spree

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) is looking to expand its team with several new job openings.

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