The world’s largest tidal turbine is to be built in the Highlands, according to the boss of an ambitious new marine energy project.
Simec Atlantis Energy
Offshore engineering firm Balmoral Group has revealed its Aberdeen subsea centre was the site for new tests examining the interaction between tidal turbines and marine mammals.
Wave and tidal energy are being "effectively locked out" of the renewables sector, according to a marine energy boss.
Last month, the Scottish Government revived a £10 million prize fund to boost commercial prospects for tidal energy in Scotland.
The Pentland Firth-based Meygen tidal turbine notched up a new world record last night.
A Highland Hydro project has announced a production boost following upgrade work at the site.
The Scottish Government is set to turn the tide on a previously defunct £10 million marine energy scheme.
UK-based firm Engineering Technology Applications (ETA) will supply a subsea tidal turbine connection system for the extension of a major tidal array in the Pentland Firth.
A marine energy firm based in Scotland's Pentland Firth has announced the launch of two modified tidal turbines.
The Scottish marine energy sector should be "prioritised" in the Scottish Government's draft budget, according to a renewables trade body.
A Pentland Firth-based tidal energy project has announced a large-scale grant funding win.
Tidal energy firm Simec Atlantis Energy has announced it has agreed terms with French authorities for the development of "large-scale" tidal turbines.
Green power firm Simec Atlantis Energy (SAE) has agreed to sell a 25% interest in a power plant conversion project to UK infrastructure fund manager Equitix for £32.9 million.
A "nice little industry" is emerging in the north of Scotland tidal energy sector, a top renewables analyst has said.
Energy firm Simec Atlantis Energy has announced the award of nearly £5 million for a fuel conversion project contract.
Simec Atlantis Energy will beef up the MeyGen tidal array in the Pentland Firth with at least two more of its 2 megawatt turbines.
Simec Atlantis Energy said today that two faulty turbines on its MeyGen project had returned to action.
Alternative energy firm Simec Atlantis Energy posted a £9.1 million loss for the first half of the year but has seen a significant swell in assets.
A renewables boss has said the tide may be turning for marine energy in Scotland, but warned the sector is at “real risk” due to the removal of government support.
The world’s largest tidal energy plant has suffered damage to its turbines just months after construction ended.
Turbine glitches are unlikely to have a "material impact" on a ground-breaking tidal power project off the north coast of Scotland, an analyst said today.
Simec Atlantis Energy (SAE) said today that two turbines from its MeyGen tidal project would need to be removed for repairs.
Simec Atlantis Energy's boss has defended tidal energy, calling it a "golden opportunity" as the UK Government rejected the £1.3 billion Swansea tidal lagoon yesterday.
Bosses at Simec Atlantis Energy (SAE) said 2017 was the most important year in the renewable energy firm’s history despite posting an £11 million loss.
Sanjeev Gupta’s GFG Alliance has taken a 49.99% stake in the company behind the groundbreaking MeyGen tidal array in the Pentland Firth as part of a reverse takeover.