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Ukraine Crisis Has Rewired Thinking on Future of Energy for Europe
Effects of sanctions, informal bans, war disruption and Russian counter-measures risks supplies of fossil fuels, fertilisers, food, aluminium, metals used in batteries and electrolysers, and nuclear fuels
Mocean Energy Secures Funds to Advance Blue Star Wave Technology
Scottish wave power firm Mocean Energy has secured $978,711in equity funding from private and public funders to accelerate the commercial roll-out of its wave energy technology.
Scottish Wave Energy Firm Lands £730,000 Funding
A wave power company has secured a major new investment to speed up the commercial rollout of its technology.
Eni Joins Technical Advisory Board of EU-backed Wave Energy Project
Italian energy giant Eni has joined the technical advisory board of the IMPACT project, a collaborative research and innovation scheme which aims to develop next-gen testing approaches for wave energy devices.
Wave Energy Nails Spot Among 68 New Projects Getting $175 Million Love Tap from ARPA-E
ARPA-E, the federal office charged with funneling cash into the advanced energy technology pipeline, has included a project in its latest round of funding that adapts a new wave energy mooring system for floating wind turbines.
U.S. Researchers Gearing up to Test Electromagnetic Wave Energy Device
Supported by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) funding, the researchers at Portland State University (PSU) are preparing to test and validate a new type of electromagnetic device that turns ocean waves into a source of renewable energy.
Duke Energy Targets Expansion, Plans 1.1-GW Renewables RfP
US electric utility Duke Energy Corp (NYSE:DUK) will seek to acquire or contract up to 1.1 GW of intermittent power capacity, specifically renewables, in a bid to diversify its electricity generation sources in Indiana.
Virgin Group and Agilyx Form Strategic Partnership to Produce Lower Carbon Aviation Fuel from Plastic Waste
Virgin Group and chemical conversion technology company Agilyx (earlier post) are forming a strategic partnership to research and develop lower carbon fuel facilities to help address plastic pollution and the global transition to net zero.
DOE Selects Cormetech to Develop Carbon Capture Tech for Natural Gas Plants
American engineering company Cormetech has been selected by the US Department of Energy to further test and develop a new, lower-cost technology to capture CO2 from the flue gas of Natural Gas Combined Cycle Plants (NGCC).
INGINE Announces 2022 Wave Energy Plans
South Korean wave energy developer INGINE is revealing ambitious growth plans for 2022, plotting further global expansion and new projects to accelerate commercialisation.
AWS Wave Energy Converter Arrives in Orkney
A new wave energy converter, developed by Inverness-based AWS Ocean Energy, has arrived in Orkney ahead of its imminent deployment at the European Marine Energy Centre.
New Jersey Politician Plans Wave Energy Boost
Assembly member Robert Karabinchak is aiming to introduce a new legislative initiative to help the sector
Eco Wave Power Partners with US Developer
Collaboration with Ocean Power Technologies looks to accelerate the development of wave energy projects
Israeli Wave Device Receives First Floaters
Installation of structures for Eco Wave Power device will start later this month
Sabella Wraps Tests on Next-gen Tidal Turbine Blades
French tidal energy company Sabella has performed ‘successful’ tests on the next generation tidal turbine blades as part of the RealTide project.
Orbital Marine Submits Applications for UK’s AR4 CfD Scheme
Following a series of good news stories for tidal energy commercialisation in 2021, the company now has a credible course to delivering multi-device projects in locations across the UK as early as 2025.
Isle of Wight Tidal Power Scheme Gains Full Approval
The Isle of Wight tidal power initiative, known as Perpetuus Tidal Energy Centre, has been granted a planning permission to begin with the construction of onshore elements of the project.
EuropeWave Unveils Successful Wave Energy Projects
Seven project teams will share a budget of €2.4 million to further develop their wave energy device concepts in the first half of 2022 after being named the successful tenderers in the EuropeWave project’s innovative Pre-Commercial Procurement process.
China is Global Biomass ‘Outperformer’: Fitch Solutions
It is adding more than 14.5GW between 2021 and 2030.
Morlais Tidal Energy Project Gets Government’s OK
The Welsh Government has given its consent for the development of the Morlais tidal stream energy project set to be located offshore Holy Island.
Atlantic Canada’s First Instream Tidal Energy Set for Completion in 2022
Sustainable Marine is set to demonstrate that Nova Scotia can produce vast amounts of clean and predictable energy from its tidal energy streams, after completing construction of its substation at Grand Passage.
UK Officially Backs Tidal Energy to Reach Net Zero Goals
The UK government has announced that it will invest £20 million per year in Tidal Stream electricity as part of its Contracts for Difference renewable energy auction scheme.
Mocean Energy Wave Prototype Completes Sea Trials
Mocean Energy’s Blue X wave energy machine has returned to dock after a successful five-month test period at sea.
Sofia Wastewater Plant Expands Biogas Production Unit
Sofiyska voda presented its new digester at the wastewater treatment plant in Sofia.
‘Tidal could Supply 11% of UK Electricity’
Tidal stream power has the potential to deliver 11% of the UK’s current annual electricity and play a significant role in the government’s drive for net-zero, according to research by the University of Plymouth.
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