Marine tech certification takes step forward with Lloyd’s

The MET-CERTIFIED project has welcomed aboard the certification body Lloyd’s Register (LR) which will be providing ...

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Swedish Energy Agency adopts new marine energy strategy

The Swedish Energy Agency has adopted a new strategy for marine energy which is expected to further develop the ...

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Video: Control systems for tidal and wave energy converters

The European Technology and Innovation Platform for Ocean Energy (ETIP Ocean) has released a recording of the ...

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UTM Consultants to source offshore manpower

A new UK-based company UTM Consultants has been launched to address the immediate and long-term skills needs of the ...

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Free workshop on marine energy certification set for London

The MET-Certified project is organizing a free workshop on the certification of marine energy technologies this ...

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University of Edinburgh looks for marine research associate

The Policy and Innovation Group of the Institute for Energy Systems at the University of Edinburgh is seeking to ...

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ETI outlines priorities for competitive marine energy

Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has set out its priorities for the UK’s marine energy industry if it is to ...

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ETP recruits for marine energy RBDM

A vacancy for a Marine Energy Research and Business Development Manager (RBDM) has arisen within an alliance of ...

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Edinburgh University seeks marine energy research associate

The Innovation and Policy Group of the Institute for Energy Systems at the University of Edinburgh is looking to ...

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Glasgow to host workshop on wave, tidal devices reliability

Reliability in a Sea of Risk (RiaSoR) project partners are organizing a free training workshop that will provide ...

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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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Marine renewable energy to have its day at the EU Parliament

As part of the MERIKA project, the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) is organising a Marine Renewable ...

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Marine energy and tidal lagoons APPG launched

All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on marine energy and tidal lagoons has been set up to promote the potential of ...

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Wales to seize marine energy sector opportunities

Wales is positioned to become a major player in the global marine energy sector with a growing number of world ...

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UK gov urged to set long-term commitment to marine energy

Responding to the increasing uncertainty regarding the government’s commitment to wave and tidal power, Regen SW ...

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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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MEP Seminar highlights Welsh rising marine energy momentum

Marine Energy Pembrokeshire (MEP) held its 7th annual industry seminar in Milford Haven during which the progress ...

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France launches €3 million marine energy R&D call

French National Research Agency (ANR), in collaboration with France Energies Marines (FEM), has launched a second ...

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SEAI funds 15 marine energy projects

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has announced a total grant award of €4.3 million to 15 new ...

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UK marine energy supply chain gets online support

The Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult has launched an interactive digital portal to support the development ...

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UK Environment Minister meets marine energy experts

George Eustice, Minister of State for Farming, Food and the Marine Environment, has visited the University of ...

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