Tocardo concludes tidal tech testing

Dutch company Tocardo Tidal Power has tested a scaled version of a 1.5MW Universal Foundation System (UFS) at the ...

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Nova Scotia enacts marine renewables legislation

The government of Nova Scotia has proclaimed the Marine Renewable-energy Act providing a framework for the ...

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Wales enlists tidal & wave research help

The government of Wales has hired marine consultancy ABPmer to undertake initial research focused on sustainable ...

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Canada rings $200M call for emerging renewables

The government of Canada has launched a call for expressions of interest for the C$200 million ($161 million) ...

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French tackle tidal grid

Three French companies and one university have joined forces in a collaborative project focused on solving grid ...

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Minesto scouts for project delivery lead

Tidal developer Minesto is scouting out a suitable candidate to fill the role of project manager for the company.

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METS 2018 calls for wave & tidal abstracts

Marine Energy Technology Symposium (METS) is looking for abstracts related to tidal and wave energy converters to ...

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Video: Subsea power hybrid’s route from paper to sea

The story of the Subsea Power Hub development has been shared with us by the team behind the device in a video ...

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EMEC looks back at tidal & wave testing endeavors

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has summarized tidal and wave energy activities undertaken at the ...

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Online service goes live for tidal and wave collaborations

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) and National Subsea Research Initiative (NSRI) have launched an online service to help ...

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Guinard Energies looks for tidal engineer

French tidal energy start-up Guinard Energies is recruiting for an electrical engineer who would work on the ...

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Bio-on and AkzoNobel continue fight against marine fouling

Italian biotechnology company Bio-on and Dutch paints and coatings company AkzoNobel have agreed to further their ...

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Tidal newcomer seeks concept design help

Cornish tidal energy start-up Inyanga-Tech has launched a tender for a contractor who would assist it with a ...

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Minesto looks for test rig developer

Swedish tidal energy developer Minesto is recruiting for a developer who will build and maintain new and existing ...

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Wales calls for tidal and wave research support

The Welsh government is looking to commission a contractor to conduct tidal and wave research work in support of ...

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SPIRE 2 energy storage project opens for tidal researchers

Strathclyde University is looking for PhD researchers who would work on materials-based research topics in tidal ...

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Canada funds five projects to tackle tidal knowledge gaps

The Offshore Energy Research Association of Nova Scotia (OERA) has provided C$1.25 million in support of five ...

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SME unveils PLAT-I 'game changer' for inshore tidal

Sustainable Marine Energy (SME) has presented the design of its new floating tidal energy platform, the PLAT-I, ...

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Space@Sea to prove multi-use potential of floating islands

The Space@Sea project has officially started with the aim of developing a standardized and cost-efficient multi-use ...

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UK public remains highly supportive of tidal & wave

The new government statistics on energy and climate change has shown that 79% of UK public supports the use of ...

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FSB urges UK govt to approve Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) Wales has called for the UK Government to address the Swansea Bay Tidal ...

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