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  • EI Humber branch visit ABLE Marine Energy Park

    Members of the EI Humber branch were given the opportunity to visit the ABLE Marine Energy Park (AMEP) on 26 November 2015. ABLE UK Ltd gave a background of the company and their offshore and onshore services. They also covered the company development and the project to construct a facility at North Killinghome on the South Bank of the River Humber, to develop a Marine Energy Park. AMEP is a ...


    By Energy Institute (EI)

  • Scotland to host one of world’s biggest wave stations

    One of the world’s largest wave stations is to be constructed in the Western Isles of Scotland. Scottish ministers have granted consent for npower renewables application to operate a wave farm with a 4MW capacity at Siadar on the Isle of Lewis.  It is one of the first marine renewable energy projects to be approved in the UK and follows the recent launch of the £10 million Saltire Prize. “These ...


    By WWF UK

  • Britain aims to rule the waves again

    (AXcess News) London - Britain prided itself on ruling the waves in the 19th century; they might once again in the 21st century. But not with its Navy. This time, Britain's chosen vessels are new technologies that convert the pounding of the waves and the ebbing of tides into the thrum of electricity. While still years behind other alternative-energy forms, wave and tidal power systems are ...


    By Axcess News

  • ETI announces technology project to significantly reduce subsea cable costs for marine energy devices

    A project which could considerably reduce the cost of cabling from offshore wave and tidal farms to the shore has been announced by the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI).This 18 month project, costing £1.1m and led by MacArtney, will develop an 11kV wet-mate connector, which will be tested and demonstrated under workshop and real-sea conditions.The connectors enable two power cables to be ...

  • Marine energy doubled by predicting wave power

    The energy generated from our oceans could be doubled using new methods for predicting wave power. Research led by the University of Exeter, published (27 June) in the journal Renewable Energy, could pave the way for significant advancements in marine renewable energy, making it a more viable source of power. The study was carried out by a team of mathematicians and engineers from the University ...


    By FLS Energy

  • Wave Energy Company BioPower Systems Forms Alliance With Chinese Industrial Group

     Ocean energy company, BioPower Systems, announced that it has formed a strategic alliance with the major Chinese industrial group, Shanghai Electric Power Generation Group. The alliance between the two companies is aimed at collaborating on technical developments to advance the bioWAVE ocean wave energy system to the commercial stage. Speaking at the All-Energy conference in Melbourne last ...


    By BioPower Systems Pty. Ltd.

  • The rising Tide of Ocean Energy – New Ideas for Renewable Power

    A race is on worldwide to harness the tides and waves for electrical power, with more than 100 different devices being tested by companies hoping to make a commercial breakthrough. And a new report from the European Union’s Joint Research Centre expresses confidence ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Global Marine Energy Market Analysis to 2020 - Capacity, Generation, Regulation and Market Share Analysis now available at ReportsandReports

    Dallas, TX: ReportsandReports announce Japanese Global Marine Energy Market Analysis to 2020 - Capacity, Generation, Regulation and Market Share Analysis Market Research Report in its Store. Browse complete Report at ...


  • Global Ocean Energy Report

    Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Global Ocean Energy Report ...


    By ReportLinker

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