New report shows marine energy industry benefits in Wales

Marine Energy Wales has published a new report showing how marine renewable energy industry is bringing increased ...

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Autonomous upward-looking echosounder wanted in Wales

Bangor University is looking for a supplier of an autonomous upward-looking echosounder, which will be deployed as ...

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Universities to work on eco-friendly tidal lagoon designs

A new €4 million Ecostructure project has been launched to investigate how coastal defenses and renewable energy ...

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Minesto joins forces with Stena Line for Deep Green roll-out

Minesto and Stena Line have signed an agreement to build a new assembly hall in Holyhead that will be used for ...

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Marine Energy Wales welcomes Minesto's expansion plans

Marine Energy Wales has deemed Minesto's plans to expand its Deep Green tidal energy project as a positive step ...

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Minesto plans eightfold scale-up of Welsh tidal project

Minesto has revealed plans to expand the commercial roll-out of its Deep Green technology in Wales by increasing ...

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Minesto eyes load cells for tidal kite

Minesto is looking for a supplier of load cells that will be used for its Deep Green tidal power plant.

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Welsh Lib Dems slam SBTL omission from Autumn Statement

Following the release of the Autumn Statement by the Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond, the Welsh Liberal ...

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Wales partners up with OEE

Welsh government has made formal ties with Ocean Energy Europe (OEE) to facilitate structured engagement and ...

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Wales rides a wave to Brussels

Wales' profile as a location suitable for the international development and deployment of marine energy devices and ...

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Tidal Energy Ltd enters administration

Tidal Energy Ltd, a Welsh-based tidal energy developer and a producer of DeltaStream device, has entered administration.

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Wales grants £12M of EU funds to grow marine energy sector

The Welsh government has awarded almost £12 million to support Bangor University’s Seacams 2 project which aims to ...

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Wales sets up stakeholder event on marine licensing changes

The Welsh government is organizing a stakeholder event related to the proposed changes on the fees and associated ...

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Wales puts tidal lagoons among economic priorities

The First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones has set out his government’s five-year plan to improve the Welsh economy ...

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Wales opens consultations on marine licensing fees

Welsh government has launched consultations on proposed changes to the fees and associated charges for marine licensing.

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Funding available for Welsh marine renewables projects

The Coastal Communities Fund (CCF), backed by the UK government, has launched the £3.4 million funding opportunity ...

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Wales needs investment to fully exploit SBTL opportunities

With sufficient investment in the manufacturing and construction labour skills, Wales could be well positioned to ...

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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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Menter Môn wary on the continued ERDF funding

Menter Môn, the third-party manager for the Morlais tidal energy project, has expressed concerns regarding the ...

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Minesto's CEO: Brexit will not affect Wales tidal project

Following the outcome of the EU referendum in UK, where the majority of the British people voted for an exit from ...

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Morlais tidal energy scheme moves forward

Menter Môn, the third-party manager for the Morlais tidal energy project, has hired Royal HaskoningDHV and ...

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