Chilean wave energy potential under assessment

A group of companies is analyzing the wave energy potential in the Valparaiso Region, Chile. According to Revista ...

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BOEM appoints new Pacific OCS Regional Director

Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has named Joan Barminski as the Regional Director of the Pacific Outer ...

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CoR urges EU to boost ocean energy development

The Committee of the Regions (CoR) has called for a greater public and private support for ocean energy to boost ...

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Ireland: €4.5M for ocean research, €68M for renewables

Ireland has allocated €4.5 million for ocean energy research activities in 2016. As announced by the Ireland’s ...

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EC invests €16B in Horizon 2020

The European Commission (EC) has announced that it will invest almost €16 billion in research and innovation in the ...

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Technocampus Ocean to boost western France marine R&D

Technocampus Ocean, a centre for research dedicated to technological innovation in marine renewable energies and ...

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Manx Tidal gets approval for tidal energy exploration

The Isle of Man government has granted a survey licence to Manx Tidal Energy to explore the possibility of ...

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European ocean energy leadership set as strategic priority

The European Commission recently published its new vision for EU energy research and development policy, the ...

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Mexican delegation visits bimep

Businessmen and politicians from Mexico have visited bimep marine energy research platform located off the coast of ...

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Orkney explores market for Barriers tidal project

A prior information notice aimed at testing the market for the potential tidal energy generation scheme at ...

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Swansea Bay tidal lagoon construction delayed

The construction works on the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon have been postponed due to delays in agreeing the subsidy ...

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SEAI: Irish industry to apply for H2020 energy funding

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has called on the Irish industry, academia and the public sector ...

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Innovate UK board shifts

UK Business Secretary Sajid Javid has appointed Tim Edwards and John Latham to the governing board of Innovate UK, ...

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Informal Energy Council to discuss investments in energy

New energy technologies and business and investment opportunities in Europe are the focus of the informal Energy ...

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French Energy Minister confirms attendance in OEE 2015

Ségolène Royal, the French Minister for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, has confirmed her ...

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Tenders invited for Oceanlinx WEC disposal

Roads and Maritime Services, a New South Wales (NSW) state government agency, is inviting prospective tenderers who ...

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RenewableUK CEO to step down

Maria McCaffery, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of RenewableUK, will be stepping down next year from her role in ...

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Crown Estate transfers Scotland management to Scottish Gov

Following a recommendation by the Smith Commission, the Crown Estate’s management functions in Scotland will be ...

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Aquamarine’s Oyster gets €800K EU grant

Aquamarine Power and the National University of Ireland, Maynooth (NUIM) have together secured an €800,000 EU ...

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The Crown Estate to kick off new wave & tidal leasing

The Crown Estate has announced a new programme of leasing for small scale wave and tidal current test and ...

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PTEC cuts tidal turbine tower height in half

Perpetuus has submitted an amendment to its application for the Perpetuus Tidal Energy Centre (PTEC) with the ...

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Scottish guidance for community benefits released

Local Energy Scotland has launched the Scottish Government’s Good Practice Principles for Community Benefits from ...

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Eco Wave Power secures Israeli grid connection

Eco Wave Power has received an official recognition for a “Pioneering Device” by Dr. Bracha Halaf, the ...

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After Seychelles, Carnegie Wave sets eyes on Mauritius

Australian wave energy developer, Carnegie Wave Energy Limited, has signed a Collaboration Agreement with the ...

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Nova Scotia: Technology start-up competition launched

Nova Scotia start-ups have a chance to compete for up to $170,000 (C$ 225,000) through Innovacorp’s ...

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Carnegie targets Seychelles

Carnegie Wave Energy has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Republic of Seychelles to investigate ...

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HydroQuest eyes African market

HydroQuest, a French-based hydrokinetic turbines developer, has accompanied the French president Francois Hollande ...

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