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‘Everest of Tidal Energy’ | Power Flows to Grid From Pioneering Marine Project off Canada
Switch-on of cross-shaped, multi-turbine design installed last year in the Grand Passage in the Bay of Fundy is country's first-ever in-stream energy device.
Tidal Turbines Put a New Spin on the Power of the Ocean
Here’s what you need to know about this growing type of sea-borne energy.
STRUCTeam and Ocean Energy Develop Wave Technology
STRUCTeam, an independent composite engineering consultancy, has supported wind turbine and blade manufacturers for over a decade.
World’s First Tidal Turbine Blade Testing Facility Can Accelerate Development Efforts in Marine Renewable Energy
The world's first rapid testing facility for tidal turbine blades, which researchers say can speed up development of marine energy technologies while helping to reduce costs, has opened for business.
Western Australia Ocean Energy Study Launched
The Australian Ocean Energy Group (AOEG) cluster is set to begin a feasibility study in Western Australia to further the adoption of ocean energy.
First Floating Tidal Power Delivered to Nova Scotia Grid
Ocean energy developer Sustainable Marine has delivered the first floating in-stream tidal power to Nova Scotia’s grid by harnessing the currents in Canada’s Bay of Fundy.
First US Tidal Energy Developer Heads to Orkney Test Site
California-based tidal energy developer Aquantis has signed a six-month berth agreement to test its Tidal Power Tug at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Orkney, Scotland.
Tidal ArrayBuild-Out Plans Launched for Faroe Islands
Marine energy developer Minesto has launched a detailed plan for large-scale build-out of tidal energy arrays in the Faroe Islands.
Using Biomass Gasification to Produce Clean Energy from Food Waste
Biomass gasification transforms biomass into hydrogen, nitrogen, and other products without burning it via a controlled process involving heat, steam, and oxygen.
Exxon Opens Biofuels Trader Role as It Expands Lower-Emission Initiatives
Exxon Mobil Corp is recruiting a biofuel and ethanol trader in North America, the company said in a social media post, as part of its efforts to develop lower emission fuels.
Saudi Arabia's Red Sea Tourism Project Counts on Biofuel in Sustainability Push
Developer of mega coastal resort will use generators from Germany's MAN Energy Solutions.
Modular PV and Tidal Power Desalination Buoys From Canada
A floating, reverse-osmosis-based unit turns seawater into potable drinking water through the power of the sun and waves. Oneka developed the product, which requires no external electricity source and no land.
Eco Wave Power to Build 2MW Wave Energy Plant in Spain
Onshore wave energy technology company Eco Wave Power is to build a 2MW wave energy power plant in Port Adriano on Spain's Balearic Islands.
AWS Ocean Energy Starts Shakedown Trial for Waveswing Converter
Scottish wave energy firm AWS Ocean Energy has started sea trials of its Waveswing wave energy converter at the European Marine Energy Centre’s (EMEC) Scapa Flow test site in Orkney.
Giant Biomethane Production Plant Switched on in France
Veolia and Waga Energy announced the commissioning of the production unit which used biogas from a non-hazardous waste storage facility.
Industrial Biomass: Is It a Mass Movement?
Biomass is one contender for replacing fossil fuels, but questions over its suitability, and the sustainability of its source, remain.
SIMEC Atlantis Redeploys MeyGen Tidal Turbine
SIMEC Atlantis Energy has redeployed its 1.5MW tidal energy turbine – the AR1500 – at its MeyGen site offshore Scotland.
Investment in Tidal Energy Is Growing
Following the pandemic, interest and investment in tidal and wave energy projects went above and beyond pre-pandemic levels.
Russia Could Destroy Nearly Half of Ukraine’s Renewables, Worth Nearly $6B
Almost half of Ukraine’s renewable energy facilities, which have a combined capacity of almost 4 gigawatts (GW) and worth of more than $5.6 billion, are in the firing line due to Russian aggression, according to the Ukrainian Association of Renewable Ener
Six Teams Advance in U.S. Wave Energy Competition
Six teams of marine energy innovators have advanced from the design to the build contest in the Ocean Observing Prize.
Wave-Powered Desalination Device Sets Sail
The U.S. Department of National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) researchers deployed a wave-powered desalination test device and anchored it to the nearby seabed.
Investment in Ocean Energy Increases 50% in 2021
Public and private investments in ocean energy totalled €70mn in 2021 and tidal energy hit a 'milestone' of 68GwhOcean energy public and private investments totalled €70mn in 2021, a 50% increase on 2020, according to a new Ocean Energy report.
Britain Revisits Huge Tidal Energy Plan as Ukraine Crisis Continues
An independent commission in the U.K. is to revisit the possibility of using the Severn Estuary, a large body of water between England and Wales, to harness tidal energy.
Generating Carbon-Free Fuels
A metal foam could underpin a low-cost method for generating carbon-free fuels, researchers from KAUST have shown.
Clean Energy Transition
India Targets 85% of Energy Needs from Green Sources
According to the proposal prepared by the renewable energy ministry, coal-fired capacity will initially rise to 267 GW by 2030 from the present 210 GW and, subsequently, decline to 140 GW by the 100th year of India's independence.
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