MRC makes new Board appointments

Marine Renewables Canada (MRC) has appointed four new members to its Board of Directors. The new directors bring ...

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US DoE: $10.5 million for next-gen marine energy systems

US Department of Energy (DoE) has selected six organizations that will receive $10.5 million to support the design ...

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USA: UMaine wave energy testing underway

The University of Maine (UMaine) Composites Center is currently testing US Wave Energy Prize challenge finalists’ ...

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Atlas Ocean concludes scaled WEC testing

Atlas Ocean Systems, a US-based wave energy developer, has completed the trials of its scaled SQ5 wave energy ...

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Image of the day: OpenHydro’s tidal turbine in Pictou

The image was taken during FORCE staff visit to the Aecon facility in Pictou, Nova Scotia, Canada.

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Cape Sharp Tidal lays cables

Cape Sharp Tidal has completed the installation of its subsea power cable and launched its deployment barge. A ...

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BOEM standing committee to discuss ocean energy

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine will hold the first meeting of the BOEM standing ...

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Nova Scotia to strengthen tidal legislation

The Government of Nova Scotia plans to introduce amendments to tidal energy legislation in an effort to strengthen ...

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USA to get tidal energy testing site

The Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative (MRECo) plans to construct tidal energy test site in the Cape Cod Canal, ...

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AW-Energy eyes Mexico

AW-Energy has announced plans to develop a 10 MW wave energy farm in the Pacific Ocean, off Mexico. Finnish wave ...

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DP Energy finds its place at FORCE

An agreement has been signed between the Canadian government and Irish-based DP Energy to develop a 4.5 MW tidal ...

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Stonehenge to deploy Protean WEC off California

Stonehenge Metals has partnered up with California Polytechnic University (Cal Poly) to deploy a staged ocean wave ...

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Sea Potential performs wet tests on DUO WEC

The power take-off (PTO) system and sensors on the 1:50 DUO wave energy device scaled model have been wet tested at ...

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USA: Maine gets ocean engineering research lab

The newly built facilities, located on the University of Maine campus, will be used to prototype coastal and ...

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ORPC rolls in $2 million from US government

Ocean Renewable Power Company (ORPC) has secured $2.24 million for the development of its technology from the US ...

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IEC awards Verdant Power’s Director

The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) has awarded Verdant Power’s Director of Technology ...

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Canadian island explores tidal energy

The Government of Prince Edward Island is reportedly looking to explore the feasibility of harnessing the energy of ...

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EMO Marine links FORCE tidal berths

EMO Marine Technologies has secured the transmission of oceanographic data by establishing a real time link via ...

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Cape Sharp Tidal delays turbine installation

Cape Sharp Tidal has reportedly postponed the installation of the first out of two tidal turbines originally ...

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Another company withdraws from Wave Energy Prize

Enorasy Labs has pulled out of US Department of Energy’s Wave Energy Prize challenge and shifted its focus on ...

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Hawaii: Six firms team up for 100% renewable generation

Six organizations have joined to create Distributed Energy Resources Council of Hawaii (DERC Hawaii) that will ...

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Canada: Nova Scotia launches new electricity plan

Nova Scotia government has introduced a new electricity plan that will have more predictable power rates, more ...

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NREL welcomes small businesses

National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has organized an event to provide information for small businesses ...

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Idénergie to install 10 in-river turbines in Canada

Québec-based hydrokinetic technology developer Idénergie has signed a contract with Parks Canada for the ...

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AWP backs out of Wave Energy Prize

The Atlantic Wavepower Partnership (AWP) has withdrawn from the Wave Energy Prize competition. AWP, a partnership ...

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AW Energy shortlisted for 2015 Red Herring Global Award

Finnish wave energy developer, AW Energy, has been shortlisted for the 2015 Red Herring Global Award. The Red ...

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Image of the day: OpenHydro tidal turbine

OpenHydro is currently preparing for the realization of two tidal energy projects in Canada and France before the ...

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