Nova Scotia commits to 1.5 MW tidal array project

Global tidal energy company, Nova Innovation, has landed its biggest project to date, expanding its operation in North America.

Orbital awards contract for O2 composite blades to ACMA

Scotland’s Orbital Marine Power Ltd (Orbital) has awarded the composite blades contract for the company’s first commercial O2 tidal turbine to A...

Tidal energy potential spotlighted at POWERGEN Europe

In a session called 'Emerging Renewable Energy Technologies' at POWERGEN Europe, three different tidal energy solution providers delivered the message that tidal energy has a place in the energy mix of tomorrow.

Orbital Marine Power and SKF partner on world’s most powerful tidal...

Orbital has announced a strategic contract with SKF for the supply of the fully integrated power trains on its upcoming O2 2MW...

SIDS and Naval Energies sign MoU to promote blue-economy

The UN-recognized Small Island Developing States (SIDS) Sustainable Energy and Climate Resilience Organization, together with Naval Energies, have signed a Memorandum of...

Korean wave energy test site secures EMEC support

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has entered an agreement to continue to support the development of the Korea Research Institute of...

Scottish tidal power receives £3.4 m investment

The Scottish Government has awarded Orbital Marine Power £3.4 million to build the world’s most powerful floating tidal turbine

Naval Energies and Hitachi Zosen in floating windpower partnership

A collaboration on floating wind technology has been signed between France’s Naval Energies and Japan’s Hitachi Zosen Corporation.

GE to partner on MeyGen tidal energy project in Scotland

SIMEC Atlantis Energy has chosen GE’s Power Conversion business as its preferred supplier to deliver the electrical systems that will power the tidal stream turbines for the MeyGen tidal development.

Hybrid renewables project for French island

French renewable energy companies Sabella and Akuo Energy have signed a partnership agreement as part of the Phares multi-energy clean power project on the French island of Ouessant.

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