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  • 7 September 2015

    Carnegie Wave Energy Limited has signed a Collaboration Agreement with the Mauritius Research Council (MRC) to explore opportunities for commercial wave energy plants in Mauritius. Following on from the recently announced MOU with the Government of Seychelles, the collaboration agreement focusses on identifying the opportunities and development pathways for commercial wave energy plants in Mauritius, including their integration […]

  • 24 June 2011

    A growing number of global wind resource assessments have demonstrated that the world’s technical potential for wind power exceeds current global electricity production. The theoretical potential for wind, as estimated by the global annual flux, has been estimated at 6,000 EJ/yr (Rogner et al., 2000). The global technical potential for wind energy, meanwhile, is not […]

  • 29 November 2016
    R&D, Technology

    The Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult will run a competition for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to gain access to its 7MW Levenmouth offshore wind demonstration turbine to prove and commercialise new sensing technologies. In a programme co-funded with the Scottish Government, ORE Catapult is developing a digital Clone of the Levenmouth Offshore Wind Turbine […]

  • 15 February 2011

    If recent Atlantic storms had been fully harnessed, each kilometre of the western seaboard could have generated about €350,000 worth of wave…     (irishtimes) [mappress] Source: irishtimes , February 15, 2011

  • 14 January 2011

    Australian renewables developer Carnegie Wave Energy has agreed a deal with the Irish Government to explore potential sites for marine… (build) [mappress] Source: build, January 14, 2011

  • 23 July 2019

    Approximately 3.35GW of wind power capacity can be installed in Lithuania’s Baltic Sea territory, according to a study carried out by Klaipėda University on behalf of Lithuania’s Ministry of Energy. These are the maximum possible capacities, but the concrete scenarios will depend on infrastructure and financial development conditions, the ministry said. The study by Klaipėda University’s […]

  • 14 February 2011

    ANTARCTICA’S Commonwealth Bay is widely acknowledged as the windiest place on earth, with winds often reaching speeds of more than 200mph.   By Ian Forsyth (powergenworldwide) [mappress] Source: powergenworldwide, February 14, 2011

  • 27 October 2016
    Authorities, Environment, R&D

    The potential for the development of offshore wind energy in Mauritius exists, however, it is important to take into consideration environmental aspects such as cyclones and tsunamis and the coral reef, as well as respecting the different phases of the supply chain, according to GE Renewable Energy’s Gautier de Martene. De Martene, who oversees strategic […]

  • 22 June 2011

     AS THE world economy catches its breath and prepares to advance, there never was a better time for the Government to promote renewable … [mappress] Source: irishtimes, June 22, 2011;

  • 4 March 2011

    Our vast renewable energy resources promise huge potential benefit for the Scottish economy. However, if we hope to seize the prize that is… By Gareth Parry(scotsman) [mappress]   Source: scotsman, March 04, 2011  

  • 15 June 2017
    Authorities, Environment, R&D, Wind Farm Update

    The Danish Energy Agency has granted a permission to Sønderborg Forsyningsservice A/S to explore the possibility to develop an offshore wind farm in an area between Als and Helnæs in Funen.

  • 10 April 2015

    A team of students from Brighton school got an opportunity to work with Mott MacDonald on a project in Newhaven. Namely, 12 students together with engineers from Mott MacDonald have been working to assess the power and energy potential at Newhaven Harbour, reports Brighton and Hove News. The company is working on what is to […]

  • 27 November 2019
    Business & Finance, Ports & Logistics

    Vineyard Wind is allocating two USD 50,000 grants to support the development of port facilities that would service the offshore wind industry in Massachusetts, U.S. The first grant is awarded to the New Bedford Port Authority for developing publicly-owned port facilities that could help support shore-based operations of the local offshore wind industry. According to […]

  • 5 August 2019

    Xodus Group has begun investigating the integration of offshore renewables into localized energy systems off the Scottish coast. Commissioned by Crown Estate Scotland, the five-month offshore generation energy study will focus on two main areas, including project landscaping and the value case. “We are seeking to further understand the potential to communities across Scotland of utilising offshore […]

  • 8 March 2013

    A study for the assessment of tidal energy potential in the country has been conducted by the Central Electricity Authority. According to the study, there is an estimated potential of about 7000 MW in the Gulf of Cambay, 1200 MW in the Gulf of Kutch in the State of Gujarat and about 100 MW in […]

  • 20 March 2015

    India’s Centre for Study of Science, Technology and Policy (CSTEP) has launched a tender for the supply of Light Detection And Ranging Instruments (LiDARs) for sites off the coast of Gujarat and Tamil Nadu. The tender is run under FOWIND project which aims to facilitate offshore wind power development in India and in turn contribute […]

  • 10 June 2012

    At one of the last sessions at the WINDPOWER 2012, Brian O’ Hara discussed the challenges and opportunities facing offshore wind energy across the globe, writes the Energy Collective. Due to the fact that Southeast holds 80% of the offshore wind potential in the United States, thanks to the relatively shallow water conditions, and business-friendly […]

  • 19 August 2014
    Authorities, R&D, Training & Education

    Officials from the Government of Bermuda, Dr. the Hon. E. Grant Gibbons J.P., M.P., Minister of Education and Economic Development and the Hon. Jeanne Atherden, JP, MP, Minister for Health, Seniors and the Environment, recently received the final report from the University of California (Santa Barbara) (UCSB) entitled “Offshore Wind Energy in the Context of Multiple […]

  • 29 November 2018
    Authorities, Contracts & Tenders

    Crown Estate Scotland has published an update on proposals for new offshore wind leasing in Scotland’s waters which could start in April 2019 at the earliest.

  • 7 November 2019
    Business & Finance

    The completion of the Deutsche Bucht offshore wind farm may extend into the first quarter of 2020 due to delays in the manufacturing of mono bucket foundations, Northland Power stated in its financial results. According to Northland Power, the installation of the two turbines using mono bucket foundations is expected to begin in the fourth […]

  • 27 October 2015

    The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) is inviting input in identifying potential study ideas for consideration on Alaska, Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico and Pacific OCS areas. BOEM is responsible for ensuring that the effects on the natural and human environment are taken into consideration during the leasing and development of oil, natural gas, renewable […]

  • 4 March 2020
    Business & Finance

    Chalkis Shipyards and a number of Greek institutions are collaborating on a project seeking to study the potential of floating offshore wind in the Greek Seas. The – Innovative Design of Floating Wind Plants for the Greek Seas project seeks to exploit the wind potential of the Greek Seas with the aim of boosting […]

  • 27 July 2011
    Business & Finance, Technology

    Minas Basin Pulp and Power Co. Ltd. (MBPP) is paving the way for coastal communities in Nova Scotia to compete in a growing industry. In 2008, the provincial government gave MBPP, a Hantsport-based pulp and power production company, the go-ahead to develop North America’s first tidal power observation facility — a multi-million dollar project that […]

  • 8 October 2012
    Authorities, R&D

    A research project has commenced to study the potential power of ocean currents in False Pass, Alaska. Two acoustic current Doppler profilers were placed in False Pass last week. They will collect data on the volume and speed of water moving through for about five weeks. The Dutch Harbor Fisherman cites Bruce Wright, a senior […]

  • 27 April 2012
    Business & Finance

    Modus Seabed Intervention, one of the North East’s leading subsea specialist companies, believes membership of a new industry partnership will bring even greater success in the North Sea renewable energy market. Provisionally known as Norstec, the partnership is a global network of businesses aimed at maximising the North Sea market.  Jake Tompkins, Managing Director of […]

  • 26 April 2011
    R&D, Technology

    The only thing you can say for certain about British weather is that it’s unpredictable. One minute the sun is shining. By Ellie Zolfagharifard (theengineer) [mappress] Source: theengineer, April 26, 2011;