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Atlantic Canada’s first instream tidal energy set for completion in 2022

Sustainable Marine is set to demonstrate that Nova Scotia can produce vast amounts of clean and predictable energy from its tidal energy streams,

UK officially backs tidal energy to reach net zero goals

The UK government will invest £20 million per year in Tidal Stream electricity as part of its Contracts for Difference renewable energy auction scheme.

TechnipFMC to support scale-up of Orbital’s tidal energy technology

Orbital Marine Power has established a strategic partnership with TechnipFMC to accelerate the commercialisation of its tidal energy technology.

Black & Veatch to manage combined floating wind and wave energy project interface

Marine Power Systems to use Black & Veatch's system engineering services for a combined floating wind and wave energy project,

GWEC and UN Global Compact launch global roadmap for offshore wind

GWEC and the UN Global Compact plan to increase the role played by offshore wind energy in mitigating climate change using a new roadmap.

Orkney: Turning the tides to renewables

The small archipelago off Scotland is not only Europe’s go-to hub for marine energy innovation, it is also home to projects for hydrogen, wind and electric vehicles. Pamela Largue finds out more.

Two new use cases for energy sector quantum computing

Two energy sector use cases are being supported in the latest funding round for quantum industrial projects in the UK.

Power Engineering International Issue 4 2021

In Power Engineering International Issue 4 2021, against the backdrop of the Green Deal and Green Recovery, we look at various forms of green power generation.

Ørsted to become the first customer for UK wind turbine monopiles

Ørsted has announced a multi-million pound agreement to be the first and lead customer for monopile foundations manufactured by SeAH Wind Limited.

Dominion Energy makes progress on Virginia offshore wind farm

The Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind project has taken another step forward in its quest to, eventually, generate enough clean energy to power 660,000 homes.