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European Commission Backs Floating Tidal Innovation Project
Nova Innovation Launches Crowdfunding Campaign to Fast Track Tidal Technology
Tidal energy company Nova Innovation is looking to crowdfund £500,000 on investment platform Seedrs, offering 1.74% equity, in order to support its tidal energy technology and boost its growth across Europe and North America.
Critics Set to Unload on Trump Administration Biofuel Proposal
Representatives of both the oil and corn industries are poised to sound off against the Trump administration’s proposed biofuels plan for next year during a public hearing on Wednesday hosted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
CorPower And Simply Blue's Plans to Develop UK Wave Energy
The latest attempt at unlocking the potential of wave energy in the UK is a Strategic Collaboration Agreement between UK-based offshore wind and wave energy specialist Simply Blue Energy and Swedish wave energy developer CorPower Ocean.
Learning from the World's Oldest Tidal Project—La Rance
La Rance tidal power station in Brittany, France is the oldest tidal installation in the world. Opened in November 1966, it was the first operation to deploy tidal power as an energy source and continues to provide a vital source of power for the region.
Orbital Marine Power Partners with SKF to Develop the World's Most Powerful Tidal Turbine
Orbital has announced a strategic contract with SKF for the supply of the fully integrated power trains on its upcoming O2 2MW floating tidal turbine, which will become the world’s most powerful tidal turbine when it enters operation.
Advanced Biodiesel Knowledge You Need
Want to learn more about biodiesel? Read Biodiesel 201 for a closer look at this in-demand fuel.
Biofuel Backers Pressuring EPA to Rewrite Latest RFS Rule
Biofuel producers and farmers are pressing the Trump administration to rewrite its proposed fix to the Renewable Fuel Standard — and threatening legal action if EPA tries to finalize its supplemental blending rule.
Tidal Energy Project Will Be Used in English Channel Regions
Interreg France (Channel) England Programme has approved the biggest ever Interreg project that will prove to be game-changing for the European tidal stream energy sector.
ExxonMobil Collaborated With Indian Institute of Technology on Biofuels for Low-emmissions Research
US-based energy company ExxonMobil has signed agreements with Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) locations in Madras and Bombay to expand its research collaboration portfolio.
EMEC Continues Support for Korean Wave Energy Test Site
The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has signed a deal to support the ongoing development of a wave energy test site in South Korea, thus continuing a three-year collaboration between the two parties.
Out of the Blue: Making Fuel From Air and Sunlight
Researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a technology capable of producing liquid hydrocarbon fuels from just sunlight and air. At their solar mini-refinery, the team has become the first in the world to demonstrate the process under real conditions.
Nova Innovation Applies to Develop Tidal Project in Canada
Tidal energy company Nova Innovation is planning to build a tidal energy array in Petit Passage, in the Bay of Fundy area of Nova Scotia, Canada.
SIMEC Atlantis Announced Its Plans for A Tidal-powered Data Centre in Scotland
UK-based global energy project developer SIMEC Atlantis has announced its plans for a tidal-powered data centre in the Caithness region of Scotland.
Orbital Choose Texo to Build O2 Tidal StreamTurbine
Scottish company Texo Group has been awarded a “multi-million pound” contract by Orbital Marine Power to manufacture to latter’s 2MW O2 tidal stream turbine.
Is Algal Biofuel A Lost Cause?
"So the notion of converting algae into fuel isn't far-fetched. However, executing this process in real time is quite expensive.”write Robert Rapier explained for Forbes.
Wave Swell Energy Set to Test New Power Generator off King Island
Innovative Australian made wave energy technology is set to be trialled for the first time in the ocean off King Island, Tasmania, where it will be integrated with existing wind, diesel and solar resources – a first in Australia.
OceanSET Receives 1 Million Funds to Develop Wave and Tidal Energy
To provide support to ocean energy implementation in line with the SET Plan, the OceanSET project was launched in March 2019. It is a three year EU H2020 project with a total budget of €1 million that gathers together nine partners.
Electric Vehicle Revolution Promotes Mining of Rare Earth Resources in Australia
Northern Minerals' $210-million heavy rare earths plant in WA's east Kimberley employs just 60 people but it is a complex operation, with 3,500 data collection points located around the mine site and an onsite laboratory to analyse its product.
ENEL Partners with ZIV for Renewables Efficiency Management
Italy's largest renewable energy producing region is Apulia, home to 2,661MW of solar and 2,555MW of wind power.
Chinese Renewable Investment Plunges 39%, Pulls Global Renewable Investment Down 14%
New figures from Bloomberg New Energy Finance, published Wednesday, show that renewable energy investment in China plummeted 39% in the first half of 2019.
Masdar Signs MoU to Develop 300MW of PV Power Within Armenia
The Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company, also known as Masdar, is set to leave a major impact on the renewable-energy sector in Armenia.
Renewables Prop up Construction Activity Being Threat to Fossil Fuel Exports
The latest Business Outlook report from Deloitte Access Economics shows renewable energy underpinning investment in Australia’s construction and engineering sectors, while also undermining the export market for thermal coal.
Chinese Enterprises are Investing Big in Relevant European Businesses With an Eye on Green Future
Many European enterprises, with their advanced technology and rich experience, have seen enormous markets and are eyeing a share in China's ongoing green efforts.
Colombia Sets Sights on October for Delayed Renewable Auction
Colombia’s first ever renewable auction is to be held eight months after anti-trust concerns forced its postponement, the government has decided.
The UK and Ireland are Going to Develop Wave Energy Projects
Blue economy project developer Simply Blue Energy and technology firm CorPower Ocean have partnered to develop wave energy projects in the UK and Ireland.
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