Wave Energy Scotland recruiting for two managerial positions

Highlands and Islands Enterprise has released new job opportunities at Wave Energy Scotland (WES): Programme ...

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Atmocean's wave energy project in Peru authorized

The Peruvian Navy has officially signed off on permitting which grants US wave energy developer Atmocean a one-year ...

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OES to help ocean energy technologies reach LCOE targets

Ocean Energy Systems (OES) has started the preparation of an International Ocean Energy Technology Roadmap. The ...

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Geophysical survey for CETO 6 project begins

Carnegie has started geophysical survey activities for CETO 6 project that will influence the future project ...

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FORCE expands its team for upcoming tidal activites

The Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) has welcomed new board and staff members in order to meet the ...

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Perpetuwave presents Xtracta wave energy device

Xtracta wave energy device uses hybrid float energy extraction/PTO system to produce electricity from waves. The ...

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GE’s subsea converter for French tidal nears completion

GEPC’s engineers are finalizing the construction of the subsea converter that will be used for Paimpol-Bréhat ...

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Moventas to supply gearboxes for Alstom’s Oceade

Moventas has been chosen to develop tidal turbines’ gearboxes that will be used by Alstom for the Raz Blanchard ...

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Minesto to hold public consultation event

Minesto has invited local stakeholders to join the company at the public consultation event. According to Minesto, ...

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WaveRoller gets Lloyd’s Register backing

WaveRoller wave energy device, developed by Finnish-based AW Energy, has been endorsed by Lloyd’s Register Energy. ...

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Havkraft wave power plant fully operational

Havkraft, a Norwegian wave energy developer, has announced that its floating wave energy plant is now fully ...

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Ghana connects wave energy plant to its grid

The installation of six wave energy devices is currently taking place at the Ada Estuary, Ghana, as part ...

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DNV GL sets up marine operations course

DNV GL, in collaboration with IHCantabria, is organizing a course on Sesam Marine software that simulates marine ...

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Wave Energy Prize creates team-up forum

The forum is created to support teams, investors, and contributors interested in forming partnerships for ...

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SOREC: Workshop on tidal energy challenges

Solent Offshore Renewable Energy Consortium (SOREC) is organizing a conference and workshop to explore the ...

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QED Naval bulks up with new recruits

QED Naval has completed its recruitment drive to enable the company to take on the challenges of the Subhub project ...

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South West England lays out marine energy goals

Looking out to 2030, the South West Marine Energy Park (SW MEP) partnership paper sets out the long term ...

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Penguin wave energy converter gets EUR 17 mln

The European Commission’s research and innovation programme Horizon 2020 has granted EUR 17 mln for wave power ...

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EMEC: Free technology verification for developers

A competition run by the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) offering free Environmental Technology Verification ...

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Atlantis brings business to Nigg Energy Park

Atlantis has granted Global Energy Group (GEG) a preferred supplier status for the provision of certain ...

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WERPO, Guinea-Bissau: USD 500 mln for wave power plant

WERPO has signed an agreement with the Government of Guinea-Bissau, West Africa, for the development of a 500 MW ...

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Scots Bay tidal project unlikely to proceed, report says

The final report on proposed tidal barrage development in Scots Bay concludes that the project is unlikely to ...

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EMEC, JBA, Met Office: Software for wave and tidal site ops

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC), JBA Consulting and Met Office have joined forces to develop software for ...

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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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ORE Catapult scoops up internationally recognized creds

The Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult has been awarded three internationally recognized standards in ...

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BSI issues offshore renewable energy guide

British Standards Institution (BSI), a UK-based business standards company, has published a new guide on ...

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Carnegie tests CETO 6 technology at FloWave

Carnegie Wave has performed tank tests of their CETO 6 wave energy converter at FloWave ocean energy testing ...

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