VIDEO: Drakoo-B wave energy converter

Hann-Ocean Energy (HOE) has constructed Drakoo-B wave energy converter with twin-chamber oscillating water column ...

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Wave for Energy: Bad weather delays ISWEC deployment

The deployment of the ISWEC wave energy converter off Italy has been delayed due to unsuitable weather conditions. ...

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FORCE to discuss Minas Passage power cables safety zone

FORCE has invited interested parties to discuss the proposed safety zone around recently installed power cables at ...

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BlueTec platform inaugurated at Port of Den Helder

The first Dutch floating tidal platform has been formally named by the Mayor of Texel, Francine Giskes, the ...

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Wales benefits from marine renewables activities

The study conducted by Marine Energy Pembrokeshire (MEP) states that wave and tidal developers have so far spent ...

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NNMREC supports wave energy testing at Camp Rilea, Oregon

Oregon State University (OSU) and Oregon Military Department (OMD) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to ...

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The Switch to deliver generator for AR1500 tidal turbine

The Switch has received an order from Atlantis Resources to deliver a medium-speed generator that will be used for ...

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OPT power take-off contract with US DOE moves forward

Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) has completed a stage gate review with the Department of Energy (DoE) related to its ...

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Image of the day: T1 tidal turbine on BlueTec platform

The naming ceremony for the BlueTec floating tidal platform is scheduled for April 9, 2015, at the Port of Den ...

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AW-Energy gets recognition from Red Herring Top 100 Award

AW-Energy has been selected as one of the finalists for Red Herring’s Top 100 Europe award, a list that includes ...

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VIDEO: HIE webinar on WES and PTO systems research call

Highlands and Islands (HIE) held a webinar on March 31, 2015, whose aim was to provide more information on Wave ...

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Stonehenge Metals speeds-up commercialization efforts

Stonehenge Metals has appointed San Marino Venture Group (SMVG) to support the commercialization of the Protean ...

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WA: Bombora Wave benefits from research collaboration

Through iPrep WA initiative Bombora Wave Power has received more than USD 75.000 worth of consulting hours. iPREP ...

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Video: Wavestar wave energy device

Danish Wavestar is a wave energy device that converts the rising and falling movement of the floats to produce ...

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Japan: High renewable energy potential

Japanese Ministry of the Environment has issued a study on renewable energy potential of the country. The aim of ...

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Gallery: Atmocean moves step closer to deployment

Pumps and equipment are being shipped out to Peru for the scheduled deployment of Atmocean’s wave energy system off ...

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RivGen turbine gets ready for summer deployment

ORPC’s RivGen turbine is currently under preparations before deployment at demonstration project site in Igiugig, ...

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Oil and gas sector turbulence cuts costs for tidal projects

The vessels used to install the cables and turbines for tidal projects are the same as the vessels used by offshore ...

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Port of Cherbourg quay extension completed

The extension of the “Quai de Flamands” at port of Cherbourg has been completed this March. The port of Cherbourg ...

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EMEC deepens ties with Japan

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has become a member of the Nagasaki Marine Industry Cluster Promotion ...

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Renewables industry calls AU government to resolve RET crisis

Clean Energy Council (CEC) has called the political leadership of Australia to resolve the crisis in the Australian ...

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Oceanus 2 winter refit nears completion

Following the winter refit process, Seatricity’s Oceanus 2 wave energy device will be returned to Wave Hub, a test ...

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UK Verification bodies team up for Sustainability Live

UK’s Environmental Technology Verification (ETV) bodies are working together at the Sustainability Live conference ...

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Drilling begins at MeyGen tidal site

Atlantis has started horizontal directional drilling operations at the MeyGen tidal site in Caithness. The drilling ...

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MSE, SME conclude ‘SAMED’ project

Marine South East (MSE) and Sustainable Marine Energy (SME) have concluded the project whose aim is to reduce high ...

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Nagasaki to create test site for marine renewables

Nagasaki prefecture, Japan, plans to develop a testing site for renewable marine energy to aid research and ...

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Tidal energy bill gets rejected by the committee

The Committee on Energy, Utilities and Technology in Maine, USA, has unanimously voted to give the LD 295 bill an ...

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