Turbulent tides hit Alderney

Alderney Commission for Renewable Energy (ACRE) has reportedly cancelled the agreement with Alderney Renewable ...

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BFIFA voices concerns on Cape Sharp Tidal turbine move plans

The Bay of Fundy Inshore Fishermen's Association (BFIFA) has expressed concerns over Cape Sharp Tidal's proposal to ...

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OpenHydro lays Orkney tidal array plans

OpenHydro, a DCNS company, plans to deploy an array of two tidal turbines at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC).

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Tangled lines keep Cape Sharp Tidal turbine at bay

Cape Sharp Tidal has identified the line entanglement around OpenHydro’s turbine system which could further delay ...

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Cape Sharp Tidal to have another go at turbine retrieval

Cape Sharp Tidal has temporarily halted the retrieval of tidal turbine from the Bay of Fundy until the next tidal cycle.

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DCNS Energies starts dismantling Paimpol-Bréhat array

DCNS Energies and its subsidiary OpenHydro have retrieved one of the two turbines of the Paimpol-Bréhat array to ...

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Cape Sharp Tidal to retrieve tidal turbine

Cape Sharp Tidal plans to retrieve the 2MW OpenHydro tidal turbine deployed off Nova Scotia in Canada to make ...

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OpenHydro appoints Patrick Gougeon as CEO

OpenHydro, part of DCNS Energies, has appointed Patrick Gougeon as the Chief Executive Officer.

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DCNS to retrieve Paimpol-Bréhat array for repairs

DCNS plans to remove both tidal turbines deployed off France to replace the faulty part which has blocked the ...

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Cape Sharp Tidal's monitoring up for third-party analysis

The preliminary third-party analysis of the data collected from the monitoring equipment on OpenHydro tidal ...

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Cape Sharp Tidal exports first power to Nova Scotia grid

Cape Sharp Tidal has connected North America’s most powerful tidal turbine, an OpenHydro 2MW, to Nova Scotia’s ...

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OpenHydro eyes Indonesian tides

OpenHydro, a DCNS company, and Indonesian marine renewable energy developer PT AIR have signed a memorandum of ...

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Final preparations for Cape Sharp Tidal deployment underway

Cape Sharp Tidal is making final preparations for the deployment of one OpenHydro tidal turbine in the Bay of Fundy ...

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International crew to test at Morlais tidal demo zone

Eight tidal energy developers have secured access to berths from Menter Môn, the third-party manager for the ...

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Bay of Fundy turbines deployment moves on

Bay of Fundy tidal turbines installation will continue until the next February, following the decision of Justice ...

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OpenHydro’s CEO steps down

James Ives, Chief Executive Officer of DCNS' Irish-based subsidiary OpenHydro, is handing over the leadership of ...

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Cape Sharp Tidal turbine travels to Saint John for repair

The faulty part identified on OpenHydro’s 2MW tidal turbine will be replaced in Saint John, located on the north ...

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Faulty bit on OpenHydro turbine further delays Fundy project

Cape Sharp Tidal project in the Bay of Fundy has faced another setback with the identification of a malfunctioning ...

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Interview: Government support crucial to industrialize tidal

In the light of the recently announced tidal energy project in Japan, as well as other major tidal energy projects ...

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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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OpenHydro recruiting for various positions

OpenHydro, a tidal technology developer based in Greenore, County Louth, Ireland, is looking to expand its team ...

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