DNV GL spins Alstom’s Oceade 18 tidal turbine

DNV GL has issued a ‘Statement of Feasibility’ for Alstom’s Oceade 1.4 MW tidal turbine. DNV GL is using ...

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NEMOS makes waves in Denmark

NEMOS, a German wave energy developer, has started the fully automatized operation of their scaled wave energy ...

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US Wave Energy Prize advances 20 teams to next stage

US Department of Energy (DoE) has selected 20 teams as official qualified teams for the Wave Energy Prize. The 20 ...

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Eco Wave Power bags $2 mln in fundraising

Eco Wave Power, an Israeli wave energy developer, has closed the first round of fundraising led by Pirveli Venture, ...

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Image of the day: Flumill tidal energy system

Flumill, a Norway-based tidal energy company, has developed a tidal energy system that uses helix screws designed ...

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Aecon to begin turbines assembly for Cape Sharp Tidal

The works on the construction of tidal turbines’ parts and associated equipment is progressing well at Aecon ...

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Digby Port Days centers on renewable energy

This years Digby Port Days and Renewable Energy Symposium will feature some of the regional and international ...

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VIDEO: M3 Wave’s DMP wave energy converter

M3 Wave, an Oregon-based wave energy company, has developed a submerged pressure differential wave energy device ...

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ENEA develops Pendulum Wave Energy Converter

Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (ENEA), in collaboration ...

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Bombora chosen as finalist for WA Innovator of the Year

Bombora Wave Power has been selected as one of the finalists for the Western Australian Innovator of the Year ...

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Interview: Floating tidal platforms to kick start tidal farms

“Learn with low costs, grow with minimized risk, and keep offshore access easy in the early ...

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Basque Country financing marine energy technology testing

The Basque Energy Agency (Ente Vasco de la Energía; EVE) will financially support demonstration and validation of ...

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Institute for Sustainable Coasts and Oceans launched in UK

The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) and University of Liverpool have entered into a new strategic partnership ...

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ETP seeks new Executive Director

The Energy Technology Partnership (ETP) is recruiting a new Executive Director. ETP is an alliance of Scottish ...

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ENGIE reiterates commitment to renewables

ENGIE, formerly known as GDF SUEZ, has restated the company’s commitment to power generation from renewable ...

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Stonehenge concludes Protean ocean testing

Stonehenge Metals has completed the functional ocean based testing of the fully assembled Protean wave energy ...

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Ireland completes Galway Bay Ocean Observatory

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), the Marine Institute and Commissioners of Irish Lights have ...

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QED Naval starts Subhub testing

QED Naval has launched the Subhub operational model last week at Forth Estuary Engineering’s dock in Leith, UK. The ...

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Wave for Energy: ISWEC device ready for production

Wave for Energy, an Italian wave energy developer, has deployed ISWEC wave energy device off Pantelleria island, ...

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NRW, SMRU Consulting: New marine mammal surveying guide

SMRU Consulting, Natural Resources Wales (NRW) and the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS), together ...

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VIDEO: StingRAY wave energy device

Columbia Power Technologies, an Oregon-based wave energy developer, has designed a wave power system that captures ...

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Ocean Sonics to deploy sensors on Bay of Fundy tidal project

Ocean Sonics, a Nova Scotia-based designer and manufacturer of digital hydrophones, expects to install its ...

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OI 2016 calls for conference papers abstracts

Oceanology International 2016, marine technology and ocean science exhibition and conference, has set the deadline ...

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Nova Scotia ends COMFIT program

Nova Scotia’s government has decided to end the community feed-in tariff (COMFIT) program after a review that began ...

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US DoE awards $7.3 mln for tidal and wave development

The US Department of Energy (DoE) has selected four entities to receive $7.4 mln to develop components that would ...

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Scottish Green Energy Awards open for nominations

The Scottish Green Energy Awards, a renewable energy competition, has been launched with 13 categories designed to ...

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VIDEO: Atargis’ Cycloidal wave energy converter

Atargis Energy Corporation, a Colorado-based wave energy player, has developed a cycloidal wave energy converter to ...

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