Black & Veatch UK recruits for wave Mechanical Engineer

Black & Veatch UK’s Water Division is looking to expand its marine energy team with the addition of a new ...

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Tidal lagoons could bring over £70B to UK industry

Tidal Lagoon Power (TLP), the developer behind the proposed Swansea Bay tidal lagoon, has launched a report on the ...

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Tocardo issues bonds. Voices Brexit concerns

Dutch tidal turbine manufacturer and project developer, Tocardo Tidal Turbines, has launched a crowdfunding ...

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Scotland calls for UK’s ratification of Paris Agreement

Scottish Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham has urged the UK government to without delay implement the ...

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UK to miss 2020 RE targets, ECCC warns

MPs on the Energy and Climate Change Committee (ECCC) have warned the Government that, on its current course, the ...

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Tidetec targets UK tidal lagoon market

Norwegian tidal technology developer, Tidetec, stated that the priority market for its low-head turbine is the UK's ...

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UK provides guarantees on EU funding post Brexit

The HM Treasury will underwrite funding for approved Horizon 2020 projects applied for before the UK leaves the ...

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OEE backs tidal lagoon developments in UK

Ocean Energy Europe (OEE) has supported tidal lagoon developments in the UK in a submission to the UK Government's ...

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RSPB bids UK support for ‘deep water’ renewables

Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) has called for a renewed commitment by the UK Government to ...

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UK cancels DECC, appoints new Secretary of State for Energy

The UK government has appointed Greg Clark as a new Secretary of State for Energy who will lead the new department ...

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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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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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OEE: No current implications for EU funds to UK companies

Ocean Energy Europe (OEE) has obtained assurances from the European Commission that all existing contracts to award ...

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UK approves fifth carbon budget

UK renewables associations have welcomed the announcement that the UK government has set the fifth carbon budget ...

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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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Philippines' ocean energy sector draws overseas attention

Seven companies active in the ocean energy sector are looking to exploit the ocean energy generation potential of ...

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UK-German alliance turns tides

Sustainable Marine Energy (SME) played its part in the commemoration of the Battle of Jutland this week in Orkney ...

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UK: RSPB advises on achieving wildlife-friendly 2050 target

New research by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) states that the UK’s 2050 climate targets can ...

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Intertek scoops FAB Link job

FAB Link Ltd has hired Intertek to provide marine environmental and planning support for the ...

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UK Energy Secretary all for EU

Amber Rudd, the UK Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change, has strongly supported the UK staying in the ...

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Brexit likely to be negative for UK energy sector

The impact of Brexit on the UK energy sector is very likely to be negative, with the energy costs rising to £500 ...

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