Video: Subsea power hybrid’s route from paper to sea

The story of the Subsea Power Hub development has been shared with us by the team behind the device in a video ...

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Experts identify alternate markets for marine renewables

US Department of Energy's Water Power Technologies Office hosted a forum of experts who discussed and evaluated ...

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EMEC looks back at tidal & wave testing endeavors

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has summarized tidal and wave energy activities undertaken at the ...

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Video: Eco Wave Power CEO goes full circle to tame the waves

Inna Braverman, the Chief Executive Officer of the Israeli wave energy company Eco Wave Power, has been featured in ...

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Scottish industry body hails government renewables goals

A new renewable energy target contained in Scotland’s energy strategy shows ‘huge ambition’, according to Scottish ...

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Scotland lays out £80M for green energy growth

Scottish government has allocated £80 million to fund low-carbon growth as it aims to reach the new target of ...

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Financing agreed for 2MW in-river pilot tidal farm

The developers behind the pilot hydrokinetic tidal farm have signed a financing agreement for the project which ...

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EU states agree 27% renewable energy target by 2030

The European Council, composed out of 28 EU member states, has adopted the binding target of reaching at least 27% ...

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SR Chief Executive: Renewables are power with purpose

Tidal Energy Today is featuring a piece written by Scottish Renewables Chief Executive Claire Mack who talked about ...

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Wave power firm renews focus on carbon capture

US-based developer Atmocean has started exploring options of using wave energy-powered solutions to enable carbon ...

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Wave consortium bids to power island off Massachusetts

A newly formed multidisciplinary consortium is looking to harness the energy of the waves to provide additional ...

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North-West Europe fit for €50M renewable energy call

The Interreg North-West Europe Programme has unveiled plans to launch a targeted call for proposals for renewable ...

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UK puts £19M up for grabs for energy innovators

Innovate UK has launched a £19 million call for cutting-edge technology innovation projects from any sector, ...

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Wales invites public input on marine plan draft

The government of Wales has launched a public consultation on its first national marine plan which sets out the ...

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Ireland: UCC researchers plan clean future

Environmental Research Institute (ERI) of the University College Cork (UCC) in Ireland has released its strategic ...

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ETIP Ocean tackles ocean energy adaptive management

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

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Gallery: Life DemoWave buoys taking shape

EU-backed Life DemoWave project is making progress with the construction of wave energy buoys that will be deployed ...

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OTE stocks OTEC market report

Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation (OTE) has announced the release of a research report on the company prepared by ...

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Bio-on and AkzoNobel continue fight against marine fouling

Italian biotechnology company Bio-on and Dutch paints and coatings company AkzoNobel have agreed to further their ...

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NOVELTIS rolls out free tidal assessment tool

French-based company NOVELTIS has launched a free worldwide decision support tool dubbed TidEA that helps identify ...

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OPERA releases wave of data for Bimep site

The EU-funded OPERA project has published wave resource data collected at MARMOK-5 wave energy device’s ...

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Atlantis wins with ‘outstanding’ MeyGen

Atlantis Resources has scooped an award for the MeyGen tidal stream array project at the Scottish Green Energy Awards.

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Marine Scotland tracks seals in tidally energetic areas

Marine Scotland Science has released a report on how seals use the water column in tidally energetic areas based on ...

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Anglesey MP Owen tours Minesto’s tidal base

Ynys Môn (Anglesey) MP Albert Owen, who is also on the House of Commons Business & Energy Select Committee, has ...

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Smart Islands project poised for £3M funding award

The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has agreed in principle to invest up to £2.95 ...

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Canada forges partnership to fund marine energy research

The Offshore Energy Research Association of Nova Scotia (OERA) and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research ...

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MAKO eyes Papua New Guinea tides

MAKO Tidal Turbines and Kleinhardt have signed a cooperation agreement with Papua New Guinea's Autonomous ...

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