You’ve heard of ‘world’s most powerful’ tidal turbine – but have you seen the video?

We thought it would be interesting to show what the turbine actually looks like – let us know what you think!

Boris Johnson pledges £10m to protect Amazon rainforest

Fires have been raging across the world’s largest tropical rainforest, one of the most important carbon sinks

Tidal turbine makes a splash with record 17.5GWh sent to UK grid

SIMEC Atlantis Energy claims its MeyGen tidal turbine has ‘eclipsed’ the the previous record of 11GWh

Could old oil tankers be repurposed as clean energy power plants?

ShipEco Marine Limited says the answer is yes – it plans to fit vessels with vertical pistons to turn the power of waves into electricity

Waves
Flagship EU tidal energy project reduces cost of tidal energy by 15%

The €20m Enabling Future Arrays in Tidal scheme is an academic-industry collaboration between nine European partners and has already achieved impressive results from its Shetland tidal array

Wave
Backing for marine energy swells among MPs with wave of new support

A total of 91 MPs have signed a letter to Energy Minister Claire Perry calling for her to ensure the UK capitalises on its wealth of marine energy resources

Marine plastic pollution
Plastic pollution in the world’s oceans ‘costs up to $2.5bn a year’

A new report suggests plastic pollution could be responsible for the benefit humans can gain from oceans falling by 5%

Dolphin
Marine heatwave means bottlenose dolphins could be fin-ished

Following a period of warmer waters in Australia’s Shark Bay, dolphin populations fell by up to 12%

Waves
Price support mechanisms ‘must encourage marine energy uptake’

A new report from the Marine Energy Council and Scottish Renewables outlines how policies could incentivise wave and tidal energies

Wave energy
Welsh marine energy sector ‘losing crucial investment’

The Marine Energy Council claims UK Government subsidy cuts in 2016 are to blame