The second phase has been launched of an Innovate UK project to develop an automated fouling management system for the marine energy industry. The 24-month RoBFMS (Robots to Inspect, Maintain and Repair in Extreme and Challenging Environments) project will develop an automated robotic system to monitor, identify and clean biofouling from subsea structures. This phase...
The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) and Enel Green Power SpA (EGP) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the aim to encourage knowledge sharing in marine energy technology development and performance assessment and to drive forward collaboration in marine energy demonstration projects. According to a press release, the two parties shared the goals...
The Scottish Government has awarded Orbital Marine Power £3.4 million (US$4.18 million) to build the world’s most powerful floating tidal turbine.
The government of India has approved a proposal to declare the use of tides and waves to generate electricity as renewable power.
The RESOURCECODE project has been launched to support investment and growth in the wave and tidal energy sector through the creation of an integrated marine data toolbox.
Orbital Marine Power Ltd has awarded the main manufacturing contract for its first commercial O2 tidal stream turbine to Scottish-based TEXO Group.
Orbital Marine Power Ltd has selected FAUN Trackway to manufacture the anchors for its O2 tidal stream turbine.
The HydroVision International event is now under way in the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, with more than 3,000 hydropower professionals from around the world coming together for four days of learning and networking.
CorPower Ocean and Simply Blue Energy have signed a strategic collaboration agreement to develop several wave energy projects off the coasts of the UK and Ireland.
SIMEC Atlantis Energy Limited (Atlantis) 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.