Company of the Year Award goes to SgurrEnergy

SgurrEnergy, a UK-based renewable energy consultancy, has been named as the Company of the Year at the British ...

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Tidal Energy Ltd further delays DeltaStream deployment

Tidal Energy Ltd has postponed the deployment of DeltaStream tidal turbine due to lack of finance. Tidal Energy ...

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Carnegie bags $460 K from AU government

Carnegie Wave Energy has received approval for $460.246 of Government grant payments for the Perth Wave Energy ...

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Update: Belgian firm behind Swansea tidal complaint named

Jan De Nul Group has been named as the company that filed a complaint over the regularity of the preferred bidder ...

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Oxford professor condemns tidal lagoon costs

In a paper criticizing the UK energy policy, Professor Dieter Helm proposes for DECC to avoid supporting expensive ...

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Eco Wave Power selected as finalist for Erasmus Energy Award

Eco Wave Power, an Israeli wave energy developer, has been shortlisted for the Erasmus Energy Awards that will be ...

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Questions raised over Swansea tidal deal with CHEC

A Belgian company has raised questions over the regularity of £300 mln contract appointment of China Harbour ...

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Tocardo to install 5 tidal turbines in western Netherlands

Tocardo Tidal Turbines has announced plans to install an array of 5 tidal turbines in the Eastern Scheldt storm ...

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Carnegie Wave shortlisted for Sustania 100 award

Australian wave energy developer Carnegie Wave Energy has been selected in the Global Sustania 100, an annual ...

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Horizon 2020 grants €3.4 mln for wave energy development

A team of European experts has secured the funding from the European Commission’s research and innovation programme ...

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Nova Scotia company inks $4.7 mln tidal contract

Hawboldt Industries has secured a deal with Cape Sharp Tidal to supply equipment that will be used for turbine ...

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Wave Energy Prize extends registration deadline

The registration deadline for the Wave Energy Prize has been extended for additional two weeks. Wave Energy Prize, ...

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Partners boost EEL Energy with €500.000

EEL Energy has received financial help from its partners Bpifrance and Nord-Pas de Calais region for the ...

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WES sets up webinar for novel WEC call clarifications

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) is holding an information webinar next week to provide details on its latest project ...

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Scottish Energy Association officially launched

Formerly known as the Industrial and Power Association, the organisation has re-branded to the Scottish Energy ...

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HR Wallingford to optimize Swansea tidal lagoon design

HR Wallingford has been appointed by China Harbour Engineering Company to support the development of Swansea Bay ...

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EMEC, FloWave join forces for next gen wave technology

Scotland’s wave energy test centers are collaborating to support technology companies aiming to develop the next ...

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Wyre Tidal Barrage moves step closer to realization

Duchy of Lancaster has granted exclusivity rights to Natural Energy Wyre to build a tidal barrage across the river ...

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WES: Call for novel wave energy converters

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) has issued a second competitive project call for the development of novel wave energy ...

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ABPmer welcomes Swansea Bay tidal lagoon decision

ABPmer has welcomed the decision by the UK Energy and Climate Change Secretary to grant planning permission to the ...

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Chile gets marine R&D center MERIC

The government of Chile, through the Ministry of Energy and Corfo, has signed an agreement with French-based DCNS ...

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Perpetuus Tidal gets planning consent for onshore facilities

Local Planning Authority has granted an outline planning consent for the onshore elements of the Perpetuus Tidal ...

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Strategic Marine gets new General Manager

Strategic Marine has appointed Rob Osborn as General Manager for Fabrication and Engineering. According to ...

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EMEC cuts jobs as part of restructuring

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) will make redundancies as part of restructuring process to ensure the ...

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Carnegie pockets $1.15 mln from ARENA

Carnegie Wave has been granted approval for receiving $1.15 million in milestone payments from the Australian ...

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CEFC: $2.3 bln available for clean energy projects

The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) has stated it has over $2.3 bln available for investment into clean ...

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TLP issues a statement on rock supply for Swansea tidal

Following the announcement of China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) appointment as preferred bidder for the ...

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