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European Commission Backs Floating Tidal Innovation Project
A Gas Replacement Programme with Ground Source Heat Pumps
Residents in 364 homes across seven tower blocks in Sunderland are embracing the green housing revolution with the removal of their gas boilers in place of renewable and low carbon ground source heat pumps.
Wales Will Lose Marine Energy Investors After Subsidy Change
Marine energy projects in Wales have lost out on investment since the UK government cut financial support, according to a UK industry body. Ring-fenced UK government subsidies for marine energy ended in 2016.
The Spherical Sun Power Genertator
German Architect Andre Broessel believes he has a solution that can “squeeze more juice out of the sun”, even during the night hours and in low-light regions. His company Rawlemon has created a spherical sun power generator prototype called the beta.ray.
VIVACE:Renewable Energy from Slow Water Currents
This machine is named as VIVACE ( Vortex Induced Vibrations for Aquatic Clean Energy). It is the first known device that could draw energy from most water currents around the world, according to a statement from the University of Michigan.
Harnessing Tidal Wave Energy with Push Plates
The Theme of Concept: Theme of concept is to harness the kinetic energy within the flow of water without using the conventional methods like water wheel or other types of turbines. With some changes this can be a source of producing clean energy from tida
Global Wave and Tidal Energy Market to Rise at Spectacular CAGR of 23.2% During 2016–2024
The global wave and tidal energy market stood at US$ 497.7 million in 2014 and is projected to touch a valuation of US$ 11345.0 million by the end of 2024.
Theory to Fact ? Modern Energy Solutions Are Facing with Various Challenges
As modern energy solutions grow to utility scales, there comes a point at which the challenges these projects face are based more on engineering and practice than science and theory.
Explained: What Are Microbial Fuel Cells?
Microbial fuel cells are devices that use bacteria as the catalysts to oxidise organic and inorganic matter and generate current.
Ex-WEC Chair Says S. Korea Can Become Key Player in Future Energy Market
"People now say energy efficiency is the '5th energy source' in addition to coal, hydrocarbons, nuclear and renewable energy," Kim said in an interview with Yonhap News Agency.
Bombora to Deliver Wave Power in Spain
Perth wave power manufacturer Bombora Wave Power is to install a wave power station at Lanzarote, a remote island in Spain's Canary Islands.
Wave Energy Tech Is Ready to Plug Into a Real Grid
The OceanEnergy Buoy off Oahu’s coast may prove resilient enough to avoid the fate of earlier efforts.Ocean Energy's buoy would be one of many such devices on a utility-scale wave farm.
A Surge in Wave Energy Activities is Expected in 2020
Ocean Energy Systems (OES) is predicting strong advances in ocean energy in 2020, driven by public and private sector funding.
US DOE Issues Wave Energy Challenge
The US Department of Energy (DOE) announced developments in two new prizes: Waves to Water, which challenges innovators to desalinate water using the power of ocean waves, and the Powering the Blue Economy™ Ocean Observing Prize.
"Ice battery" at Retreat Lowers Energy Costs
"He told me about a 3 megawatt ice storage system they had outside, an ice battery, that he thought didn't work," said Casella.
Tidal Barrages – Power In The Balance
Global potential for tidal power is huge, with the World Energy Council estimating that up to 1,000GW of marine energy could be installed by mid-century – equivalent to half of the world’s present coal capacity.
Atlantis Successfully Decommissions 1.2 MW SeaGen Tidal System in Industry First
SIMEC Atlantis Energy Limited, the global developer, owner and operator of sustainable energy projects, is pleased to announce that it has successfully decommissioned the SeaGen tidal turbine support structure in Strangford Narrows, Northern Ireland.
Lehigh Engineers Designed A More Efficient Tidal Turbine with NSF Grant
Arindam Banerjee's lab uses innovative active grid turbulence generator to mimic water conditions of Verdant Power's Roosevelt Island Tidal Energy (RITE) Project.
Global Potential for Tidal Power is Up to 1000 GW
Global potential for tidal power is huge, and the World Energy Council has estimated that up to 1,000GW of marine energy could be installed by mid-century – equivalent to half of the world's present coal capacity.
China New Research: Bacterial Synergy Boosts Bio-Battery Performance
Using two bacteria species instead of one, a team of scientists in China have found a way to create a living energy production system that efficiently converts light to electrical energy.
Convert Sewage Sludge And Restaurant Grease into Methane
North Carolina State University researchers have developed what is, to date, the most efficient means of converting sewage sludge and restaurant grease into methane.
China's New Coal Gasification Technology Makes Ammonia Production More Environment-Friendly
A new coal gasification pilot project has started to provide gas feed to ammonia production in northwest China's Gansu Province, making the production process more environment-friendly.
Tidal Energy is Predict to Be Cheap And Has Great Global Potential
In a session called “Emerging Renewable Energy Technologies,” at POWERGEN Europe, three different tidal energy solution providers delivered the message that tidal energy has a place in the energy mix of tomorrow.
Researchers Discover Novel Process Microbes Use to Harvest Electrons
Bacteria don't have mouths, so they need another way to bring their fuel into their bodies. New research from Washington University in St. Louis reveals how one such bacteria pulls in electrons straight from an electrode source.
First Commercial Wave Energy Project Being Commissioned in Portugal
Portugal has taken a step closer to commercial wave energy as an AW-Energy WaveRoller device has been deployed and is being commissioned offshore at Peniche, a seaside municipality in the country.
Portland Company Finished First Wave Energy Converter Called OE 35 Buoy
One Portland company has been developing a device for renewable wave energy for years. Last month,it successfully completed construction on the first-of-its-kind device.
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