Maritime decarbonisation cruises forward in Orkney with £2.2m project

The seven-month HIMET – Hydrogen in an Integrated Maritime Energy Transition – project aims to demonstrate technologies focused on two key local sectors: ferry services and cruise terminal operations

‘World’s most powerful’ tidal turbine starts exporting clean electricity

The 74-metre ‘O2’ turbine is capable of generating enough electricity to meet the demand of around 2,000 UK homes annually

Could AI hold the key to hydrogen storage challenges?

A hydrogen plant in Orkney aims to show how AI can produce hydrogen in a more cost-efficient way

EMEC to explore floating wind and hydrogen opportunities in Scotland and France

Research will be carried out to understand the technical status of floating wind and hydrogen in the two countries and identify ways collaboration can be encouraged

New £3.7m sustainable aviation test centre planned for Orkney

Different types of low carbon aircraft, including electric, hydrogen and sustainable aviation fuels, will be tested

Offshore energy technology developers offered free access to test facilities in Europe

The MaRINET2 project is open to developers of offshore wind, wave and tidal energy at full system, subsystem, component and sensor level

EMEC awarded with highest international designation for marine energy test laboratories

Renewable Energy Testing Laboratory status opens up international markets for testing ocean energy devices, subsystems and components

Ricardo and EMEC team up to boost Isle of Wight hydrogen production

The project could produce hydrogen used by ferry and bus companies, the rail network, vehicles and marine applications

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EMEC and Marine Energy Wales set to reinforce Marine Energy Test Area in Wales

The META project in Wales allows developers to test scaled devices and conduct trials of marine energy projects to test devices ahead of deployment

Green light for €31m floating wind energy project in Ireland

A full-scale floating turbine is expected to be deployed at a test site by 2022