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CorPower Ocean Partners With Subsea Composite Specialist Diab
Quadpack Wood Inaugurates Biomass Plant
This month, the wood components factory based in Torelló, Spain, takes an important step towards carbon neutrality.
DMEC and ESA to Launch Marine Energy Tender
The Dutch Marine Energy Centre and the European Space Agency will launch a tender on 14 September.
Canadian Governments Invests in Tidal Power
The Government of Canada has committed a $9.4 million investment in four tidal energy projects that will bring clean energy technologies to the Atlantic region.
Grant Opportunity could Help Tribes Develop Bioenergy Resources
The U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Indian Affairs on Sept. 3 announced it is providing funding to hire consultants to identify.
NKDA Starts Work to Set Up Bio Gas Plant
The New Town Kolkata Development Authority has started the work to set up its first bio methane gas plant in New Town as a pilot project that will process five tonnes of organic or wet waste per day out of about 50 tonnes of waste produced in the township
UK All Ears on Innovative Marine Energy
The UK government has launched a consultation seeking views on the potential for innovative marine energy, including floating offshore wind and wave and tidal power.
Marine Energy Wales Backs Morlais Tidal Demo Zone
Marine Energy Wales said it supports the Morlais tidal demonstration project’s “phased approach” to deploying devices in the test zone.
Bovine Biomethane Connected to UK's Grid for the First Time
In the UK, biomethane obtained from cattle manure and straw has been connected to National Grid’s gas transmission system for the first time.
Sustainable Marine Energy Seals Canadian Tidal Triple
Sustainable Marine Energy is to supply three next generation Plat-I floating tidal energy systems, each rated at 420kW, to Spicer Marine Energy for a project in Nova Scotia, Canada.
BP Net Zero Strategy Features Increased Bioenergy Production
BP on Aug. 4 announced a new strategy to transform from an international oil company focused on producing resources to an integrated energy company.
Department of Energy Announces $97 Million for Bioenergy Research and Development
The U.S. Department of Energy announced more than $97 million in funding for 33 projects that will support high-impact technology research and development.
CorPower Ocean Secures Funding for Breakthrough Wave Energy Tech
CorPower Ocean, a specialist in wave energy technology, has secured funding for its new generation of high-efficiency WECs.
Grant Helps Harness Biomass to Fuel Farms
A new federal grant will allow a research team led by Iowa State University, Penn State and Roeslein Alternative Energy to develop new methods of turning biomass and manure into fuel.
Dutch Agency Advises the Netherlands to Phase out Bioenergy
The Dutch Social Economic Council in July advised the Dutch government to phase out bioenergy and instead use biomass for high value applications.
Scots Grant £1.4m to Reduce Wave Power Costs
Wave Energy Scotland (WES) has awarded a total of just under £1,400,000 to four projects aimed at bringing down the cost of wave power.
Biomass Can Meet One-Third of Turkey's Annual Power
zmir-based Biomass Energy Systems & Technologies Application and Research Center (BESTMER) will help utilize this potential
CorPower Establishes €16m R&D Facility for Wave Energy in Portugal
CorPower is establishing a €16 million facility in Portugal for research, development and manufacturing of wave energy converters.
Cuba Launches First Biomass Power Plant
Cuba has commissioned a 60MW biomass plant, moving the island closer to a renewable generation target of 24pc by 2030.
Marine Energy Generates £124m for Welsh Economy
A total of £123.7 million has been invested into the Welsh economy as a result of marine technology to-date, and £27.5 million in the last year.
Atlantis Marks 30GWh MeyGen Milestone
SIMEC Atlantis has seen its 6MW tidal energy project MeyGen delivering 30 gigawatt hours of electricity to the UK grid.
Work Restarts on Mocean Wave Device
Scottish fabricator AJS Production has returned to work to complete a 30-tonne wave power device for Mocean Energy.
EIA: Growth in Renewable Power Expected to Continue
In the electric power sector, biomass is expected to be used to generate 26.9 billion kilowatt hours of electricity this year.
Renewable Diesel Drives Growth in Biomass-Based Diesel Imports
U.S. imports of biomass-based diesel, which include biodiesel and renewable diesel, grew 26 % in 2019 to more than 27,000 barrels per day (b/d), reversing three years of decline.
Oregon's PacWave Aims to Jump-Start US Marine Energy Market
The U.S. Department of Energy has poured $35 million into PacWave, a testing facility for wave-energy devices that will shortly enter construction.
Glennmont Offloads 39-MW Biomass Facility in England
London-based fund manager Glennmont Partners on Monday said it has closed the sale of a 39-MW combined heat and power facility in England to peer Greencoat Capital.
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Minesto Finds Local Partner to Deliver Tidal Power Plants in Philippines
Schneider Explores New Resource for Microgrids — River Currents
Corpower Wraps up Preparatory Trials Ahead of C4 Wave Energy Device Deployment
Researchers Rapidly Age Materials to Learn Which Survive Longest in Underwater Marine Energy Technologies
Wavepiston Teams up With French Firm to Develop Wave Energy Project in Martinique
Eni Installs Wave Energy Converter off Italian Coast