Bardsey Island up for study in support of tidal energy plans

Researchers from Swansea University are teaming up with local fishermen and the Whale and Dolphin Conservation ...

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New study sums up lessons for ocean energy development

A Study on Lessons for Ocean Energy Development, commissioned by the European Commission’s DG for Research and ...

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NREL weighs Gulf of Mexico tidal and wave options

Researchers from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) plan to conduct a study that will explore the ...

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Nova to study Bardsey Sound potential for tidal generation

Nova Innovation has received an agreement for lease (AfL) from The Crown Estate to explore the potential of Bardsey ...

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Australia to map tidal energy potential

Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has provided funding for the study that will map and explore the future ...

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Changing tides could impact tidal renewable energy sites

The study of the impact of global sea-level rise on tides has found that tidal changes will have implications for ...

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ACEP to recover data for ORPC’s hydrokinetic study

Researchers from the Alaska Center for Energy and Power (ACEP) plan to recover a mooring with monitoring equipment ...

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Intertek presents study on tidal range energy

Intertek has published a study on the influence of storm surge on tidal range energy as part of tidal energy ...

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Wave Hub checks Pembrokeshire Demo Zone feasibility

Wave Hub has launched a tender for a feasibility study for the wave energy site off the South Pembrokeshire ...

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EU: Study proposes tech neutral auctions for RE post 2020

EU-funded study has concluded that the best cost-effective way to achieve the 2030 target for sourcing energy from ...

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Southend looks at tidal and wave for power

Southend Council is exploring options to generate power from tidal and wave energy sources.

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Alaska: Yakutat wave resource enough to power the community

The report prepared by Alaska Center for Energy and Power (ACEP) found that the Yakutat area in Alaska possesses ...

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Barbados checks OTEC potential

Barbados’ Minister for Energy Darcy Boyce has announced that a prefeasibility study to assess the commercial ...

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Wave power a viable source of renewable energy, study says

Wave power along the southeast coast of Australia is a viable source of renewable energy, according to a study ...

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UK: North Tyneside explores offshore marine options

The Invest North East England (INEE) team, North East Local Enterprise Partnership (NELEP) and the NECA constituent ...

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Tidal, wave components reliability study out

The joint project between ORE Catapult, EMEC and ARFC, has released a report to support the wave and tidal sector ...

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TLP studies costs of new build power plants

Tidal Lagoon Power (TLP) has launched an improved methodology to better understand the real costs that energy bill ...

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DSA, Mavi Innovations publish new tidal energy study

Dynamic Systems Analysis and Mavi Innovations have issued a study that assessed the impact of floating debris on ...

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St Andrews Uni, SMRU issue mammals vs. turbines study results

Sea Mammal Research Unit of the University of St Andrews, in collaboration with SMRU Consulting, has published the ...

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Wave energy a viable option for Pacific Island countries

The Pacific Community (SPC), a scientific and technical organisation in the Pacific region, has released a study ...

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Cooperation to boost North and Irish Sea RE potential

The best way to tap into the renewable energy potential of the North Sea and the Irish Sea is for EU countries ...

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