Tidal energy ‘could provide 24/7 renewable energy to Danish archipelago’

A new study projects electricity demand in Faroe Islands will reach 600GW by 2030, allowing tidal energy to play a bigger role in its power generation

China installs ‘mammoth’ turbine in Wuhan city to harness tidal energy

The 500kW project has been developed by Scottish firm Simec Atlantis Energy and boasts a rotor diameter of 18 metres

Minesto takes a trip to the remote Faroe Islands for tidal energy PPA

The PPA with utility SEV covers the planned installations of two 100kW ‘subsea kite’ systems and an additional 2MW capacity allocated for future installations

Irish wave energy device headed out to Hawaii for one-year testing phase

Ocean Energy’s 500kW wave power generator is as tall as a three-storey building and more than 35 metres long

Nova Innovation shoots past funding target

The tidal energy developer raised £700,000, significantly more than its goal of £500,000

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‘Low-costs and tech readiness needed for wave energy to make a splash by 2024’

UK-based offshore energy specialist Simply Blue Energy and Swedish wave energy developer CorPower Ocean claim they may have a solution

Minesto gets splash of EU funding to develop site in France

The firm has received approval for a grant to help it deploy its technology at the grid-connected Paimpol-Bréhat test site

Paul Wheelhouse: ‘CfD system must be urgently reviewed’

He promised to continue to press the UK Government to commit to a fairer system that offers early stage technologies a better chance of securing investment

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!

World’s most powerful tidal turbine to be built in Scotland

Orbital Marine Power has awarded the multi-million-pound manufacturing contract for its ‘O2’ tidal stream turbine to TEXO Group, which will build the technology at its quayside facilities in Dundee