Fife fabrication firm AJS Production has returned to work to complete a 30-tonne wave machine which will take to the seas this year.
Clean energy solutions provider H2Tec will carry out key upgrades to the European Marine Energy Centre's (Emec's) hydrogen production plant in Orkney.
A new consent for an existing site at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) will be "useful" to smaller renewable energy developers, the project's specialist has said.
Renewable energy contractor Leask Marine has today unveiled a "world first" deepwater drilling rig designed for the marine energy sector.
Wave-energy developer Wello new device will soon start its voyage from Tallinn, Estonia to Orkney.
Orkney's European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has revealed it will support the development of the first wave and tidal test centre in China.
The European Marine Energy Centre (Emec) in Orkney is to lead a £2.2 million project to support the development of wave and tidal power in coastal areas of north-west Europe.
Spanish marine energy developer Magallanes Renovables’ said today that its floating tidal turbine has arrived off Orkney for testing.
A tidal turbine off Orkney has generated more power in the past year than the entire Scottish marine energy sector managed in the 12 years prior to its launch.
The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Orkney is taking part in a programme to deliver clean energy to remote communities.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has shared new seabed data with the European Marine Energy Centre (Emec) in Orkney.
The second phase of an international study has been announced to boost the reliability of tidal and wave energy systems.
Orkney Islands Council has bought the Pelamis P2 wave energy device for £1.
Tidal and wave energy has been hailed as a "promising and emerging" sector following the visit of a European Commission delegation to Orkney.
Orkney-based Scotrenewables Tidal Power has hailed its giant turbine for “resetting the bar” on costs as the device hit peak power.
Groundbreaking new kit developed by Aberdeen-based engineer EC-OG will be put through its paces at the European Marine Energy Centre (Emec) on Orkney.
Two Scottish firms have secured £2.5million to trial prototype technology which could provide a cost-effective, reliable way of turning wave power into electricity.
The European Marine Energy Centre (Emec) in Orkney is to export some of its world-leading expertise to China.
An Orkney-based wave and tidal energy technology tester has hailed the award of a £3.1million grant from the European Commission. The funding has been awarded through the so-called Fast Track to Innovation scheme and will be split between two projects at the European Marine Energy Centre (Emec) in Stromness. Dutch renewable energy generator Tocardo will test one of its systems in real sea conditions at Emec, while Spanish turbine company Magallanes will put its tidal energy platform through its paces.
Orkney’s European Marine Energy Centre (Emec) is seeking ideas for what to do with its Pelamis wave-energy device.
Orkney’s European Marine Energy Centre (Emec) and Edinburgh’s Heriot-Watt University have teamed up to tackle a “major concern to industries working in the marine environment”.
Orkney's European Marine Energy Centre (Emec) and the University of Edinburgh have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with organisations based in Qingdao to support the development of a marine energy test site in China.
Orkney’s wave and tidal-energy device test centre has said jobs will go as part of restructuring in response to the industry’s “changing landscape and market demands”. But the European Marine Energy Centre (Emec) did not say how many roles were affected. Managing director Neil Kermode said: “The last year has been particularly difficult for the industry, and due to current market conditions I am going to have to restructure Emec.
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