Australia: Parties reach RET deal

Australian government has reached an agreement with Labor party to reduce Australia’s renewable energy target (RET) ...

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New Council to boost Canada’s renewables

Four major renewable organizations have set up a new Council whose aim is to increase wind, solar, hydro and marine ...

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RenewableUK: New Government to back clean energy

RenewableUK urges the new Government to act swiftly to secure clean energy supplies and jobs in that sector. ...

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OWET, HydroVision International set up co-located event

OWET’s annual Ocean Renewable Energy Conference will be co-located this year with HydroVision International event. ...

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Iberdrola ranks first on CDP European electric utilities list

Iberdrola, the owner of ScottishPower in the UK, has been ranked first in a ‘Super-League’ of European ...

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Minesto deems EU 2030 framework encouraging

Anders Jansson, CEO of Minesto, finds the EU action on climate very encouraging and hopes it will inspire other ...

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Atlantis could resume Anglesey Skerries tidal project

Anglesey Skerries tidal project could be restarted after the recent acquisition of Marine Current Turbines, the ...

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Scotland issues its first ever Marine Plan

Marine Plan has been published today by the Scottish government, and it sets out a single statutory planning ...

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Orkney Surf ’n’ Turf project bags GBP 1.35 mln

The Scottish government has granted GBP 1.35 mln in funding to Orkney Surf ‘n’ Turf community ...

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DECC: Wave and tidal generation down 52 percent

UK Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) has released the annual energy statistics report for 2014. ...

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Radar imaging to assist turbine placement

Time lapse radar imaging at FORCE shows flow features in western Minas Passage over tow tide cycles. The radar ...

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UKIP Parliamentary Candidate opposes Perpetuus tidal project

UKIP Isle of Wight Parliamentary Candidate Iain McKie has opposed the proposed Perpetuus Tidal Energy Centre, whose ...

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Pennamaquan tidal project moves forward

FERC has approved the Revised Study Plan submitted for the Pennamaquan Tidal Power Plant Project. Pennamaquan tidal ...

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Infographic: Off Grid Test Centre

130 Renewables is a joint venture between four companies from the north of Holland working together in connecting ...

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Cherbourg port works to begin mid-March

The Cherbourg port extension works will begin mid-March, and are expected to continue for the following 18 months. ...

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Nuclear vs Tidal in Somerset

Somerset needs a back-up plan for energy and local economy due to the prediction made by South West Green party ...

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Cardiff Tidal Lagoon steps closer to reality

Tidal Lagoon Power has submitted an Environmental Impact Assessment scoping report for a planned tidal lagoon ...

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'Ecosystem services' to provide framework for tidal impacts

Brown University scientists propose that in order to gain the insights into the ecological and socioeconomic ...

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OES advises on overcoming consenting process challenges

Ocean Energy Systems (OES) has issued a report that summarizes several aspects of the consenting process for ocean ...

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Isle of Wight residents worried about tidal energy project

Residents of the Isle of Wight have expressed their worries regarding the proposed PTEC tidal project and the ...

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HIE: ABPmer to perform Habitats Regulations Appraisal

Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has appointed ABPmer to handle a Habitat Regulations Appraisal for their ...

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Concerns raised over re-opening of Dean Quarry

Local residents are voicing their concerns over the plan to re-open Dean Quarry in fear that it would ruin the ...

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WERC showcased on national level

College of the North Atlantic’s Wave Energy Research Centre (WERC) was one of the research projects presented to ...

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New tool to monitor effects of tidal and wave on marine life

Researchers at University of Washington are developing a new underwater robot designed to deploy monitoring ...

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MRECo to manage tidal testing in Turners Falls

The Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative (MRECo) has announced that it will manage tidal testing at Turners Falls, ...

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UK public hugely in favor of renewables

Renewables continue to receive high levels of support from the UK public, according to the most recent survey ...

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RiCORE to speed up consenting process for marine renewables

The project, scheduled to last for 18 months, aims to tackle one of the key issues for the deployment of offshore ...

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