WES ponders hiring experts for wave energy research

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) is investigating options of calling independent external experts to progress the ...

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Image of the day: Second Paimpol-Bréhat tidal turbine

The second tidal energy turbine for the Paimpol-Bréhat tidal array demonstration project has been assembled in Brest.

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Waveswing America starts WEC construction

Waveswing America, one of the finalists in the Wave Energy Prize challenge, has finalized the design and started ...

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WWT floating tidal turbine to be tested off British Columbia

Water Wall Turbine (WWT) is progressing well with the construction of its floating tidal energy turbine planned to ...

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Irish marine renewables R&D reviewed at MaREI symposium

Experts from across Ireland gathered at National University of Ireland (NUI) Galway last week for a symposium on ...

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Seatricity all set for Oceanus 2 deployment

Falmouth-based wave energy developer, Seatricity, is waiting for suitable weather conditions to redeploy Oceanus 2 ...

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Former energy minister to lead tidal lagoons review

The independent review of tidal lagoons will be led by UK’s former energy minister Charles Hendry.

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Minesto goes on a recruiting spree

Swedish tidal energy developer Minesto is looking for new additions to its team with various job openings.

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MEP brings out 2016 seminar videos and presentations

Marine Energy Pembrokeshire (MEP) has released the videos and presentations from its 7th annual seminar held in ...

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CEC: ARENA grants funding key for renewables innovation

It is crucial that the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has clear and long-term access to grant funding ...

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NEL, Greenstat team up for hydrogen from renewables

NEL, a global supplier of hydrogen solutions, has formed a partnership with renewable energy company Greenstat for ...

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ORE Catapult, Censis sensor collab produces two papers

The first two reports from ORE Catapult's Tidal Turbine Collision Sensor Development project, done in collaboration ...

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Sea Potential works on DUO WEC optimization

Sea Potential, one of the finalist teams competing in Wave Energy Prize challenge, is focusing on the optimization ...

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Ireland: SmartBay NIAP 2016 funding call open

The call for applications under the Marine Institute SmartBay National Infrastructure Access Programme (NIAP), ...

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Image of the day: First photo of Andritz 1.5MW tidal turbine

Atlantis Resources today published the first ever photo of a 1.5 MW tidal turbine developed by Andritz Hydro for ...

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First Protean WEC installed at Port of Bunbury

The first Protean™ wave energy converter (WEC) buoy has been deployed at Port of Bunbury, Western Australia. The ...

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SRP to supply bottom joint system for Deep Green project

Minesto has ordered a modified version of Subsea Riser Products’ (SRP) bottom joint system for its Deep ...

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SME moves forward with PLAT-O project with £4.5M in pocket

Sustainable Marine Energy (SME) has secured £4.5 million funding to start the deployment of an array comprising its ...

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Protean about to start WEC testing

Following completion of pre-deployment preparations, Protean Wave Energy has announced the imminent deployment of ...

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FPP teams up with OPES for floating wind and wave device

Floating Power Plant (FPP), a Danish offshore energy developer has formed marine technology partnership with ...

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OEE welcomes French MRE targets

Ocean Energy Europe (OEE) has hailed the French government’s initiative to reach 100 MW of installed marine ...

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Leask Marine gearing up for SME job

Leask Marine, an Orkney based marine renewables service provider, has been working with Sustainable Marine Energy ...

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Introducing Chinese Sharp Eagle WEC

China has developed the device which is a combination of semi-submersible barge and wave energy conversion device ...

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BOEM: New guide helps gov agencies and tribes see eye to eye

The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has published a new guide to help government agencies and Native ...

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Minesto seeks Electrical Engineer

Minesto is looking for an Electrical/Electronic Test Engineer to join its team in Northern Ireland.

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UK: Public support for wave and tidal rises

UK public has strongly backed the use of renewable energy resources with 81% in favor, according to the latest ...

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Seabased launches fundraising campaign

Swedish-based wave energy developer, Seabased, is looking to raise capital to fund its operations by inviting the ...

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