Legislators urge Oregon to grant $4.6M for wave test center

Oregon legislators are asking the state to provide $4.6 million for the construction of the PMEC wave energy test center.

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DTOcean delivers free tidal and wave arrays design tool

Wave and tidal energy arrays design tool DTOcean has been officially launched today as an open source software package.

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US DoE opens $12 million call for tidal and wave projects

Water Power Technologies Office (WPTO) at the US Department of Energy has launched a $12 million funding call to ...

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Ocean energy professionals tackle wave, tidal risks

The RiaSoR workshop gathered a number of marine energy engineers and academics in Glasgow who discussed the ...

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Ireland gets resource assessment for AMETS wave test site

Researchers from the Centre for Marine and Renewable Energy (MaREI) and NUI Galway have produced a paper that ...

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DP Energy, FPP join hands for UK's winds and waves

DP Energy and Floating Power Plant (FPP) have established a joint venture to evaluate and later develop sites in ...

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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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Carnegie buys Australian microgrid company

Carnegie Wave Energy has acquired 100% of Australian Energy Made Clean company, subject to formal agreements and ...

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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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IEC TC-114 issues two tidal, wave technical specifications

International Electrotechnical Commission’s (IEC) TC-114, a technical committee that develops and manages standards ...

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Carnegie to harness Sri Lanka waves

Carnegie Wave Energy has signed a memorandum of understanding with Lanka Energy Conservation for the development of ...

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Video: Lir-NOTF makes waves in new flume tank

Ireland’s National Ocean Test Facility, Lir-NOTF, has commissioned the new wave and current flume test tank.

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Chile hosts second tidal and wave workshop

MERIC, Universidad Austral de Chile and Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, are jointly organizing a ‘Second ...

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Value of global wave and tidal market to hit $11.3B in 2024

Transparency Market Research has released a new market report which forecasts that the value of the global tidal ...

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FPP teams up with OPES for floating wind and wave device

Floating Power Plant (FPP), a Danish offshore energy developer has formed marine technology partnership with ...

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GRS presses ahead with hybrid wave and wind power platform

Global Renewable Solutions (GRS), an Australian-based renewable energy developer, is conducting tests on its Power ...

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EIB splashes £500M for Scottish renewables link

European Investment Bank (EIB) has agreed to provide £500 million to improve the electricity transmission ...

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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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Regen SW: Time to tweak tidal and wave CfDs?

  The fact that the industry is now talking about the difficulty new technologies face in trying to access UK ...

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EIS examines durability and fatigue advances in tidal energy

The Engineering Integrity Society (EIS) is organizing its 4th meeting on durability and fatigue advances in wind, ...

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