Morlais tidal demo zone gets £4.5M boost

Menter Môn, the manager of the Morlais tidal energy project, has been awarded £4.5 million of EU and Welsh ...

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Nortek bags Seacams 2 wave and tidal kit supply contract

The leader of the Seacams 2 project, Bangor University, has hired Nortek for the supply of three bottom mount ...

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Minesto bolsters Welsh team with new hires

Minesto has added four new electrical and mechanical engineers to its Holyhead office over the summer to support ...

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Angling trust smells something fishy in Swansea tidal report

Angling trust Fish Legal has slammed Tidal Lagoon Power’s fish impact assessment for the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon, ...

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Minesto gets its wings (Gallery)

Swedish tidal energy developer Minesto has taken delivery of the most distinguished part of its Deep Green ocean ...

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Wales sets renewable energy as national priority

The government of Wales has published a new Natural Resources Policy (NRP) setting out the increased renewable ...

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Swansea Uni, MEW team up for diving birds monitoring

A team of researchers from the College of Science at Swansea University is working in partnership with Marine ...

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Historic wrecks to buoy up Wales’ marine renewables sector

Historic wrecks around the Welsh coastline are to play a part in assisting Wales’ growing marine renewable energy ...

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Nova Innovation bags funds for Wales ops

Nova Innovation has been awarded a grant of £265,000 by Cronfa Cymunedau’r Arfordir (Coastal Communities Fund) to ...

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PCF bags further funding for Welsh marine supply chain

Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum (PCF) has received funding from the Sustainable Development Fund (SDF) to support the ...

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Wave Hub bolsters team for Welsh expansion

Wave Hub is expanding its operations in Wales to support the development of the Pembrokeshire wave energy site ...

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Welsh Liberal Democrats make Swansea tidal lagoon pledge

Welsh Liberal Democrats said on Thursday they would give an immediate go-ahead for the construction of the Swansea ...

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WEFO sets aside £14M for small-scale renewables

The Welsh European Funding Office (WEFO) has launched a £14 million call for small-scale community renewable energy ...

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Op-ed: Can Welsh marine energy really boost the economy?

Gareth Stockman, Managing Director of wave energy company Marine Power Systems (MPS), has shared his views on the ...

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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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