GE creates high density power stack

GE Power Conversion has developed a higher density power stack which enables the converters to remain small in size ...

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US DoE, WES team up for wave energy workshop

The US Department of Energy (DoE) and Wave Energy Scotland (WES) are organizing a joint workshop on wave energy ...

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RenewableUK Cymru: Cameron missing the point

Director of RenewableUK’s Welsh office, David Clubb, has responeded to UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s ...

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Seatricity a finalist for Shell Springboard 2016 awards

Seatricity, a Falmouth-based wave energy developer, has been shortlisted as one of the finalists for the Shell ...

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Atlantis appoints new Project Development Director

Atlantis Resources, an Edinburgh-based tidal energy player, has appointed Cameron Smith as Director of Project ...

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Cameron second-guessing Swansea tidal lagoon support?

Questioned over the potential use of tidal energy from Bristol Channel while giving evidence to the House of ...

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India joins Ocean Energy Systems

The Union Cabinet of India has approved India’s membership in the International Energy Agency – Ocean ...

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Scottish Renewables: 50% of energy from renewables by 2030

Scotland should set an ambitious new target of generating the equivalent of 50% of its total electricity, heat and ...

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Bombora grabs government funding for wave energy study

Bombora Wave Power has received Au$181,000 (~$127,000) of funding support from the Australian Renewable Energy ...

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US DoE recruiting for MHK general engineer

US Department of Energy’s (DoE) Wind and Water Power Technologies Office is seeking applicants for the ...

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MaREI, MARINET bag multi-million R&D grants

Ireland’s Department of Jobs, through Science Foundation Ireland, has awarded multi-million funding for marine ...

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TLP launches Fisheries Peer Review Group

Tidal Lagoon Power (TLP) has formed a Fisheries Peer Review Group to act as independent advisors on the Swansea Bay ...

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Norwegian Ocean Power to test tidal turbine

Norwegian Ocean Power (NOP) has applied for a licence to Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate (NVE) to ...

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RenewableUK gets new CEO

RenewableUK, UK’s trade body for wind, wave and tidal energy, has appointed Hugh McNeal as its Chief Executive ...

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EU environmental regulations damaging to wave, tidal growth

Some of the EU’s environmental directives present regulatory burdens that hinder tidal and wave energy sectors ...

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TLSB to hold supply chain workshop for Gloucester firms

Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay (TLSB), along with GFirst LEP and The Growth Hub, is holding a supply chain awareness ...

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JDR names new CTO

JDR, a subsea technology and service provider, has appointed James Young as its Chief Technology Officer (CTO). ...

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USA: Sanders launches bill to support renewables tax credits

Bernie Sanders, the Senator of Vermont and US presidential candidate, has introduced a legislation which aims to ...

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OERA: Deadline for research proposals closes in

Canada-based Offshore Energy Research Association (OERA) has set up a January 15 deadline for research proposals in ...

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ETA sets up marine cable connectors division

ETA, a UK-based subsea cable specialist, has formed a new division that will focus on the provision of marine cable ...

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Snohomish County PUD gives up license for tidal project

Snohomish County Public Utility District (PUD) has applied to US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to ...

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ACEP gets $500K boost

ConocoPhillips Alaska has donated $500,000 for the completion of the energy research facility at the University of ...

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Ricardo Energy & Environment gets new Managing Director

Tim Curtis has been appointed as Ricardo Energy & Environment’s new Managing Director. Curtis is taking over ...

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Innovations in anti corrosion for offshore techs report out

The report titled ‘Innovations in Anti-corrosion Technologies for Offshore Structures’ focuses on the ...

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OPT loss narrows in Q2

Ocean Power Technologies (OPT), a New Jersey-based wave energy developer, has reported a decrease in net loss for ...

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Most read articles of 2015

Tidal Energy Today staff is bringing you the list of the articles you read the most in 2015. Estimate of global ...

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MRC makes new Board appointments

Marine Renewables Canada (MRC) has appointed four new members to its Board of Directors. The new directors bring ...

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