Marine

All news, project announcements, research and innovation in grid-scale and small scale marine energy which includes electricity generated via tidal, wave, floating hybrid, and ocean current energy. It includes new projects, as well as operations and maintenance of equipment such as energy wave converters, turbines, fabricators, surge devices and buoys.It includes the sustainable use of the marine environment, maximising use of ocean space and protecting marine animals.

How 1.5 MW wave demo project could ‘transform marine energy’

Bombora has now contracted more than 70 per cent of its groundbreaking £17m Pembrokeshire Demonstration Project in Wales. The project is currently on schedule...

Ocean Renewable Energy Action Coalition launches to boost offshore wind

An international Ocean Renewable Energy Action Coalition has been formed to advance sustainable deployment of ocean-based renewable energy and mitigate the harmful impacts of...

Why combining renewables could ‘transform the market’

Combined wind, wave and solar arrays will ‘transform the marine renewable energy market driving higher capacity and seasonally consistent energy generation’, a conference has heard.

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

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