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.

Bid to bring tidal energy to Japan

UK engineering and advisory group Xodus has signed a memorandum of understanding with Scottish wavepower company Atlantis Resources to pursue the development of a tidal energy project in Japan.

Masdar in deal to boost renewables in Costa Rica

Abu Dhabi clean energy company Masdar has signed a collaboration deal to promote further renewable energy development in Costa Rica.

Wood leads industry project on subsea cable stability

Scotland-headquartered engineering services company Wood has led a joint industry project to improve knowledge and understanding of how submarine cables affect the marine environment.

Report analyzes EU renewables potential

The European Union can increase the share renewables in its energy mix to 34 per cent by 2030 – double the levels of 2016 – with a net positive economic impact.

French government sends strong message on tidal energy intent

Secretary of State for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition, Sébastien Lecornu, has announced preliminary studies to the launch of a tidal energy tender.

Ocean energy firms set to test new devices in Ireland

Six marine energy companies are set to deploy their technologies at an Irish test site after receiving funding from an EU programme.

Israel renewables firm in Ghana wavepower deal

Israeli renewables firm Yam Pro Energy has signed an MOU with Shapoorji Pallonji Group, the owners of the TATA Group, to build a wave power station in Ghana.

Grid powered by tidal energy for Papua New Guinea town

An Australian tidal energy ompany has agreed to develop a power grid underpinned by a tidal power installation for a town in Papua New Guinea. 

UK government prioritises clean growth in key Industrial Strategy document

The British government is championing innovation in the clean energy sector as one of the country’s four main economic drivers aimed at overall long-term growth unveiled in its Industrial Strategy document on Monday.

Kaeser targets power division in Siemens overhaul

Siemens CEO, Joe Kaeser says the company’s power and gas business is to be significantly re-organised in a major overhaul of the entire Siemens business.

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