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Marine Energy

‘Game-changing’ tidal energy project approved for Channel regions

Interreg France (Channel) England Programme has approved the biggest ever Interreg project that will prove to be game-changing for the European tidal stream energy...

SCHOTTEL backs Sustainable Marine Energy to deliver its tidal energy ambitions

Following the successful collaboration between Sustainable Marine Energy (SME), SCHOTTEL HYDRO and Black Rock Tidal Power to develop and demonstrate the PLAT-I floating tidal...

Wello launch Penguin WEC2 for H2020 CEFOW array

Finnish wave energy developer, Wello Oy, have launched the next iteration of their Penguin wave energy converter (WEC) into the water in Tallinn, Estonia,...

Wave energy firm completes pump testing ahead of device deployment

Marine Power Systems (MPS), a Swansea-based company that is developing revolutionary technology designed to harness wave energy, has recently completed testing of its prototype...

Case Study: Studying the Marine Energy Resource in Wales

Case Study: Studying the Marine Energy Resource in Wales

Marine Energy Technology: Waves and Currents – YouTube

Margot Gerritsen, associate professor of Energy Resource Engineering at Stanford University, discusses the viability of marine energy technology. The Energy Seminar meets weekly during...

Ocean Energy – Tidal Current Turbine – YouTube

Voith Hydro (www.voith.com) developed a turbine for the utilization of tidal currents. Animation produced by Kral GmbH  Ocean Energy - Tidal Current Turbine - YouTube.

Marine energy – YouTube

Of all renewable energy sources, marine energy (also called ocean, or maritime energy) is the one that still has the furthest to go to...

Successful cylinder removal marks start of Oyster 800 summer overhaul

Wave energy company Aquamarine Power has successfully removed both cylinder modules from their Oyster 800 wave machine as part of a comprehensive summer refit...

Scots firm nets international green investment

Funding for tidal project. An Edinburgh-based company has secured £1.85 million from European investors to fund green energy projects in Scotland, Energy Minister Fergus Ewing...

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