SR Marine Conference ends on a positive note for the sector

Optimism from Scotland’s wave and tidal energy sectors, fuelled by the Meygen’s launch on Monday, boosted delegates ...

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PLAT-O floats towards deployment

Sustainable Marine Energy (SME) will begin mooring works related to the deployment its PLAT-O tidal energy ...

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MTS explores Wave Hub cables

Marine and Towage Services (MTS), a UK-based marine services provider, has supported the recently completed works ...

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OPT scores ONR contract

Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) has secured a contract with US Department of Defense Office of Naval Research (ONR) ...

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BPS to replace faulty bioWAVE cable

BioPower Systems (BPS), an Australian wave energy developer, has identified a damage on the cable that links its ...

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Wales opens consultations on marine licensing fees

Welsh government has launched consultations on proposed changes to the fees and associated charges for marine licensing.

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Interview: HF4 to lead the way for cost effective tidal O&M

Richard Parkinson, Operations Director of James Fisher Marine Services, has shared his experiences in tidal energy ...

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Atlantis launches MeyGen project

Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister of Scotland, has officially unveiled the MeyGen project, the world’s largest free ...

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James Fisher strikes deal with Atlantis for MeyGen services

James Fisher Marine Services (JFMS) has been granted preferred supplier status by Atlantis Resources for a 5-year ...

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Quoceant rides wave to Scottish Renewables Marine Conference

Quoceant, an Edinburgh-based engineering firm, will offer updates on a collaborative wave energy project, funded by ...

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Video: Offshore ground modeling for WaveRoller

AW-Energy, a Finnish wave energy developer, has released a video showing the new method of generating a 3D ground ...

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SEENEOH constructing floating platform for turbine testing

The construction of the floating platform that will be used to test in-river and ocean tidal devices at the SEENEOH ...

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Stranded Oceanlinx WEC removal begins

The works on removing the stranded Oceanlinx wave energy converter has started this week off the coast of Australia.

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James Fisher teams up with OMS for offshore renewables

James Fisher Marine Services (JFMS) has signed an exclusive cooperation agreement with Oil Management and Services ...

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New tool for optimization of wave and tidal plants presented

A paper proposing a novel computational tool for the reliability-based assessment of wave, tidal and offshore wind ...

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James Fisher lays Wave Hub cables

James Fisher Marine Services has completed the subsea cable installation works at the Wave Hub test site off ...

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Video: Lir-NOTF makes waves in new flume tank

Ireland’s National Ocean Test Facility, Lir-NOTF, has commissioned the new wave and current flume test tank.

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Shahar Energy forms Yam Pro Energy for WERPO wave projects

The owners of Shahar Energy, an Israel-based renewable energy company, have established Yam Pro Energy to drive ...

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Atlantis hires tidal turbine blades supplier

Atlantis Resources has selected AC Marine & Composites to supply the turbine blades for MeyGen tidal turbine.

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Faulty bit on OpenHydro turbine further delays Fundy project

Cape Sharp Tidal project in the Bay of Fundy has faced another setback with the identification of a malfunctioning ...

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Gallery: Basque officials eye Oceantec WEC

High-level officials of the Basque government have visited the assembly facility where the Oceantec WEC is being ...

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MRC to launch marine renewables supply chain database

Marine Renewables Canada (MRC) plans to release an online supply chain database this fall in an effort to ...

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Consultations on Galway Bay marine test site prolonged

The public consultation period for the Marine Institute’s foreshore lease application to upgrade the Galway Bay ...

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Mojo guides Sabella’s tidal turbine to shore

Mojo Maritime was contracted by Sabella to assist the company with the retrieval of its D10 tidal turbine off ...

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Gallery: Seapower WEC deployed in Foynes Port

Ireland-based wave energy developer Seapower is conducting wet tests on its 1:4 scale wave energy device at the ...

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Image of the day: Atlantis lines up MeyGen foundations

Atlantis Resources is conducting final preparations on its tidal turbine foundations which will be used for the ...

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Minesto awards seabed foundation contract

Minesto has hired a Welsh-based engineering consultancy Ocean Resource to provide seabed foundation for its Deep ...

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