American tidal power company ResHydro has announced plans to establish a base in Scotland to help its technology reach commercialisation.
The Ontario government in Canada is now harnessing cleaner, renewable electricity from Niagara Falls following the completion of the Niagara Tunnel Project.
The European Commission (EC) has launched a public consultation to inform future European Union (EU) energy and climate change policies for 2020-2030.
China’s “Big Five” power utilities have hundreds of gigawatts of thermal power plants in water-stressed areas and face retrofit costs of up to $20 billion to improve their resilience, according to a Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) report.
£2 million of Convergence European Regional Development Funding (ERDF) has been made available for marine renewables companies developing technology in Cornwall.
Offshore renewable technology developer Trident Energy has completed a second close of its funding round to finance pier-based sea trials of the company’s enabling technology used in wave and tidal energy converters.
Wales has the potential to be a world leader in the marine energy technology and production, Business Minister Edwina Hart told a Marine Energy Industry seminar in Pembrokeshire today.
The Green Construction Board has called for urgent action to reduce carbon emissions as it publishes a new plan for the sector to meet national carbon reduction targets.
Siemens-owned Marine Current Turbines (MCT) will test the prototype power train for the SeaGen-S 2 megawatt (MW) at the National Renewable Energy Centre (Narec) in Northumberland.
The water and wastewater management market in China’s power industry could reach $912.6 million (£603 million) by 2018 due to shrinking freshwater levels, according to a new report.