MacArtney buys Denmark’s ASME

MacArtney Underwater Technology Group has acquired the majority holding in Denmark based ASME A/S.

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OEEC: Bright future for offshore renewables

The offshore renewable industry will be a valuable ingredient in the future energy mix, although it will never be ...

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OEECLive: Watch two live streams on Wednesday!

Tidal Energy Today crew is at the Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

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Marine renewables day starts at OEEC

The 4th International OTEC Symposium is taking a center stage today, during the second day of the Offshore Energy ...

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UK challenge for oil & gas firms to diversify to renewables

Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult in Aberdeen has urged the oil and gas companies in the UK to diversify and ...

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James Fisher teams up with OMS for offshore renewables

James Fisher Marine Services (JFMS) has signed an exclusive cooperation agreement with Oil Management and Services ...

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EC orders baseline EA for offshore meshed grid

European Commission (EC) has appointed Ecofys and RPS to prepare a Baseline Environmental Assessment for meshed ...

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SEA on Brexit: Future of renewables remains uncertain

Scottish Energy Association (SEA), industry group representing companies that operate in all areas of power and ...

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Islands Summit held in Kirkwall

Scotland’s three Island Councils have met with UK Government Minister Andrew Dunlop at the second annual Islands ...

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Netherlands to increase focus on North Sea renewables

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has produced a report focusing on the future of the North Sea oil and gas industry ...

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EY: European markets slip down RECAI rankings

Almost without exception, European markets slipped down EY’s Renewable energy country attractiveness index (RECAI) ...

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Experts advise on combating climate change with renewables

Experts from various organizations around the world have come together for IEA workshop to advise on an in-depth ...

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New York opens $150M clean energy call

New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) has launched a funding call for renewable energy ...

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BIRD gives wings to US-Israel renewables

BIRD Energy has launched a funding call for US-Israel joint project proposals with a focus on renewable energy and ...

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IRENA: Renewables surge in 2015

Renewable generation capacity has made the highest annual growth rate on record, with increase of 8.3% or 152 GW ...

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China: Renewables could reduce carbon emissions, water use

Scaling up renewable energy and introducing improved plant cooling technologies in China’s power sector can reduce ...

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NAW: Wales must go 100% renewable

The Environment and Sustainability Committee of the National Assembly for Wales (NAW) has today published a report ...

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Wave, OTEC to help Hawaii reach 100% RE goal

Ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) and wave energy are two of the renewable energy resources poised to aid ...

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Wales: Renewables to benefit from new DNS consenting regime

The new process for consenting for Developments of National Significance (DNS) will allow renewable energy projects ...

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SEAI Energy Show 2016 to showcase RE suppliers

The annual two-day Energy Show 2016, organized by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland's (SEAI), is expected ...

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CECA: UK renewables policy will drive sector off cliff

Civils contractors said that unless the UK government adopt a sea-change in its approach to the renewables sector, ...

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