Wind inspires wave energy shape-shifter

Sourcing the inspiration from the pitch control of wind turbine blades, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) ...

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Coastal Communities Fund opens Welsh round five

The Coastal Communities Fund (CCF) has opened the fifth round of funding for projects that will support the ...

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ETIP Ocean reviews grant support for early TRL tech

The European Technology and Innovation Platform for Ocean Energy (ETIP Ocean) has organized a webinar dedicated to ...

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France to study tidal zones ahead of tender launch

French Secretary of State for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition, Sébastien Lecornu, has announced the launch ...

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Liverpool's Mersey tidal scheme granted initial funding

The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority has unanimously adopted Mayor Rotheram’s proposal to grant a share of ...

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Oregon’s waves could create 1,000 jobs per 1GW of deployment

Giving a European perspective on American wave energy test site creation, the Managing Director of Orkney-based ...

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Nova Scotia vets tidal barge designs for industry common use

The Offshore Energy Research Association of Nova Scotia (OERA) is seeking proposals for the feasibility study to ...

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Big Moon Power outlines Bay of Fundy tidal plans

Big Moon Canada Corporation (BMP) has signed up for a permit to construct a 5MW tidal energy demonstration project ...

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AMOG to test wave energy device in Falmouth Bay

Australian engineering company AMOG has secured a grant through Marine-i program that will enable the company to ...

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Canada invests in big data analysis to grow ocean economy

Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) has made a significant funding contribution for the establishment of ...

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Ireland plans 2019 for first renewables auction

The government of Ireland has unveiled plans to hold its first renewable electricity auction under a new support ...

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Malta probes floating storage for offshore renewables

A start-up from the University of Malta has deployed a scaled prototype of an offshore floating platform with ...

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Drakoo device raises wave of interest

Hann-Ocean Energy has reached new peaks when it comes to the performance of its wave energy device, while at the ...

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Ireland to invest over €2.5M for next-gen energy RD&D

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has set aside over €2.5 million in a research fund to support ...

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FORCE: Tidal turbine had no notable effect on marine life

Cape Sharp Tidal’s turbine in the Bay of Fundy was found to have no significant effect on fish and marine mammals ...

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Oregon firm inks $6.5M deal to build Irish wave device

Oregon-based marine and industrial fabrication company Vigor has signed a contract valued at $6.5 million to build ...

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France: Two sites in Brittany selected for tidal study

Two sites in the Gulf of Morbihan in the French region of Brittany have been selected for further analysis in ...

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FORESEA brings 6 ocean energy developers to SmartBay

The EU-funded FORESEA program has approved funding for six offshore renewable energy developers to deploy their ...

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Industry to weigh in on AMETS wave test site plans

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has commissioned Cruz Atcheson Consulting Engineers to conduct a ...

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Denmark launches €31M green energy technology call

The government of Denmark has opened the first round of applications for the Energy Technology Development and ...

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US students build hydrokinetic flume for national test center

Students from the Colorado School of Mines (CSM) have delivered a flume for testing and characterization of ...

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EU grants €578M to connect France and Spain

The European Union has approved funding for the construction of the Biscay Gulf France-Spain electricity link as ...

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Scotland outlines Crown assets management plan

Scottish government has laid a Bill in Parliament which sets out proposed long-term management arrangements for ...

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Nova Scotia enacts marine renewables legislation

The government of Nova Scotia has proclaimed the Marine Renewable-energy Act providing a framework for the ...

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Nova Scotia opens application process for tidal permits

The government of Nova Scotia has launched a call for applications for tidal energy demonstration permits for ...

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Marine Institute seeks ocean energy test support officer

Marine Institute of Ireland is looking to hire a Scientific and Technical Officer (STO) to support marine ...

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Luna Ocean scores tidal tech funding

Nova Scotia-based start-up Luna Ocean has received funding through Innovacorp’s Blue Solutions competition to ...

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