Tidal energy developers could soon be using drones to determine the best spots for placing underwater turbines.
Marine renewables firm Atlantis Resources said today that it would join forces with Natural Energy Wyre (NEW) to develop a tidal project off Lancashire.
A cutting edge ‘listening’ device designed and manufactured by a Scottish company for use in the oil and gas and renewables industries is helping monitor dolphins and other marine life.
Deep Sea Recovery is developing a novel nitrogen-based lifting system that the firm claims could cut the cost of North Sea subsea projects and potentially reduce the bill for decommissioning redundant infrastructure.
Aberdeen is gearing up for yet another bumper All-Energy exhibition and conference with expectations it will again break its own records.
Ways of developing the potential multimillion-pound offshore-wind and marine-energy industry in the west coast and the Highlands and islands will be discussed at a seminar this week.
THE UK Government is poised to deliver a major boost to the Highland and islands economy by naming the Pentland Firth as Scotland's first marine energy park.
Marine renewables marked a milestone yesterday when the first wave power device to be sold to a utility firm celebrated a year since being grid-connected.
THE company behind what could be the Western Isles' first wavefarm has a new chief executive.
SUBOCEAN Group is doubling the size of its premises as staff numbers hit 175.
SCOTLAND is ideally placed to lead the way in marine renewables, a conference in Aberdeen was told yesterday.