The Green Construction Board (GCB) is marking its first anniversary by unveiling its priorities for 2013 while celebrating news that more than half the actions in the Government’s Low Carbon Construction Action Plan have now been completed.
Wave power company Trident Energy has announced the agreement of a lease with a port in northwest Scotland to test its PowerPod technology, following a recent fundraise and the award of a SMART:Scotland grant earlier this year.
The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has announced another major international collaboration agreement, in which the world-leading test facility will assist in the development of a marine energy test centre in Taiwan.
Technology giant Siemens is working with tidal power firm Nova Innovation to develop the world’s first community tidal power project based in Bluemull Sound in Shetland.
Two new facilities for the development of offshore renewable energy technologies have been opened at the National Renewable Energy Centre (Narec).
A food waste recycling plant, expected to produce enough renewable energy to power 3,000 homes and the first such plant to be located at a sewage treatment works, has officially been opened today.
Siemens-owned SeaGen, the tidal current system in Northern Ireland’s Strangford Lough has achieved three power generation milestones in record time.
Developers of marine energy devices are to benefit from a new collaboration that will help reduce the risk and cost of testing.
Marine renewable energy can be deployed without significantly negative impacts on wildlife, according to a new paper that argues such technologies will have a major role to play in fighting climate change.
Governments are falling far short of their commitment to keep global average temperature rise below the accepted 2°C goal, putting the world on the brink of climate catastrophe.