Minesto and Schneider Electric join forces to commercialise marine energy

Leading marine energy developer Minesto and Schneider Electric, the global leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, have entered a Memorandum of Understanding to work together to develop and build ocean energy farms based on Minesto’s Deep Green technology

Minesto signs tidal PPA with Faroe Islands utility

The PPA with utility SEV aims to help the Faroe Islands reach their goal of sourcing all of their power from renewable energy sources by 2030

New EU tidal power joint venture formed with Dutch acquisition

QED Naval and HydroWing have joined forces to buy tidal turbine business Tocardo

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‘Low-costs and tech readiness needed for wave energy to make a splash by 2024’

UK-based offshore energy specialist Simply Blue Energy and Swedish wave energy developer CorPower Ocean claim they may have a solution

Minesto gets splash of EU funding to develop site in France

The firm has received approval for a grant to help it deploy its technology at the grid-connected Paimpol-Bréhat test site

Paul Wheelhouse: ‘CfD system must be urgently reviewed’

He promised to continue to press the UK Government to commit to a fairer system that offers early stage technologies a better chance of securing investment

You’ve heard of ‘world’s most powerful’ tidal turbine – but have you seen the video?

We thought it would be interesting to show what the turbine actually looks like – let us know what you think!

World’s most powerful tidal turbine to be built in Scotland

Orbital Marine Power has awarded the multi-million-pound manufacturing contract for its ‘O2’ tidal stream turbine to TEXO Group, which will build the technology at its quayside facilities in Dundee

Tidal turbine makes a splash with record 17.5GWh sent to UK grid

SIMEC Atlantis Energy claims its MeyGen tidal turbine has ‘eclipsed’ the the previous record of 11GWh

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Flagship EU tidal energy project reduces cost of tidal energy by 15%

The €20m Enabling Future Arrays in Tidal scheme is an academic-industry collaboration between nine European partners and has already achieved impressive results from its Shetland tidal array