Japanese firm demonstrates floating wave prototype

Wave Energy Technologies has concluded the demonstration trials on its scaled floating wave energy prototype off ...

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OPT’s PowerBuoy takes on Japanese waves

Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) informed that a PB3 PowerBuoy was deployed off the coast of Kozu-shima Island in ...

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TU Delft strengthens Japanese ocean energy ties

Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) has signed an agreement with Japan to formalize the collaboration on ...

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Aquatera to assess Japan's tidal test site

Orkney-based consultancy Aquatera will conduct environmental impact assessment (EIA) for the proposed tidal test ...

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EMEC strengthens Japanese ties

European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has welcomed the delegation from the Kyushu Economic Federation in Orkney, ...

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OEEC: Highlights of day 2 (Video)

One of the fastest growing industry meetings, Offshore Energy Conference and Exhibition (OEEC), that took place at ...

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Japan and The Netherlands strengthen marine energy ties

Dutch Marine Energy Centre (DMEC), Dutch Energy from Water Association (EWA) and the Ocean Energy Association Japan ...

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Japanese marine delegation finds its way to OEEC 2016

Japanese marine energy mission to the Netherlands, which includes representatives from several organizations and ...

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OPT to go ahead with wave buoy shipment to Japan

Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) has completed the stage gate review of its PB3 PowerBuoy ahead of shipment to Japan.

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Japan hosts ocean energy workshop

Okinawa Island will host a symposium and workshop on ocean energy later this week as part of the clean energy ...

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RGU shares marine energy expertise with Japanese students

A group of 15 Masters students from nine different universities in Japan are spending four weeks at Robert Gordon ...

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OpenHydro to harness Japanese tides

OpenHydro, a DCNS company, is part of a consortium which has been selected by the Japanese Ministry of the ...

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Aquatera fortifies Japanese ties

Orkney-based energy and environmental consultancy Aquatera has further strengthened ties with Japan by becoming a ...

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OIST turbine set to harness Japanese tides

Scientists from Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) are designing a tidal ...

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ClassNK outlines ocean energy usage

ClassNK, a Japan-based classification society, has released industry developments summary for 2015, covering ...

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Scotland launches renewables hub in Japan

The new energy hub has been created in order to allow Scottish companies easier access to renewable energy market ...

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MODEC retrieves sunken SKWID unit

Mitsui Ocean Development & Engineering Company (MODEC) has salvaged its floating wind and current hybrid ...

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Japan: High renewable energy potential

Japanese Ministry of the Environment has issued a study on renewable energy potential of the country. The aim of ...

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EMEC deepens ties with Japan

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has become a member of the Nagasaki Marine Industry Cluster Promotion ...

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Nagasaki to create test site for marine renewables

Nagasaki prefecture, Japan, plans to develop a testing site for renewable marine energy to aid research and ...

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EMEC assists in progressing Japan’s marine energy

Japanese politicians and business leaders have visited the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) – a visit that ...

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