Wave and tidal developers push for more strategic support to capture the full industrial potential of marine energy.
A new 'state-of-the-art' tidal turbine blade has been manufactured in Scotland for the first time, and engineers say it could reduce the levelised cost of tidal energy (LOCE).
We've taken a closer look at some of the projects that are putting Scotland's tidal energy sector on the map.
Orbital Marine Power has announced it has been awarded an Option Agreement from Crown Estate Scotland for a new tidal energy project in Orkney.
Aberdeen South MP Stephen Flynn was yesterday crowned as the SNP’s Westminster leader and has been tipped to take a ‘constituency interest’ in energy matters, particularly when it comes to policy affecting the future of the North Sea.
Plans have been unveiled for a £2 billion UK tidal energy project that could supply green energy to 600,000 homes.
Simec Atlantis Energy has reported making "good progress" on the first commercial-scale tidal array in the world at its MeyGen site in Scotland.
The rising costs and security issues of fossil-based fuels combined with global aspirations to address climate change, are driving the development of wind and solar energy.
Developers secured support for more than 35 megawatts (MW) of new Scottish tidal stream capacity in the latest Contracts for Difference (CfD) auction, in a move hailed as transformative for the sector.
Orkney green energy firm Orbital Marine Power has secured cash to finance the ongoing operation of O2, its flagship floating tidal turbine.
Tidal energy giant Simec Atlantis Energy has successfully completed upgrade and maintenance work on the "world’s most powerful turbine".
Engineering firm Brimmond Group has announced four contract wins worth £1.75 million, marking a successful period of growth for the company as it celebrates its 25th anniversary.
Nine Scottish projects including technologies for tidal power, a new type of wind turbine blade and a low-carbon heating system, have secured funding in the latest award from the government’s Energy Entrepreneurs Fund (EEF).
Tidal energy pioneer Nova Innovation has secured Innovate UK funding that could help deliver the first tidal turbine array in Indonesia.
The government has announced it will provide £20 million per year in ringfenced tidal stream project support as part of the upcoming Contract for Difference (CfD) round, following pressure from industry and MPs.
Simec Atlantis Energy shares have slumped in early trading after it called an emergency meeting to raise £341,000 to pay out a shareholder and replace its auditor, EY.
Ministers at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) faced a series of questions from Scottish MPs on support for tidal energy, with just weeks to go before the upcoming Contracts for Difference (CfD) auction.
A new study finds that tidal stream power could reach 11.5 GW of installed capacity by 2050, but that time is of the essence if this resource is to be realised.
Troubled renewables firm Simec Atlantis Energy (SAE) (LON: SAE) has announced that one of its board members has left with immediate effect.
Shares in Scottish renewables firm Simec Atlantis Energy (SAE) have plunged after it raised £2.6million from investors in a placing announced last night.
Scottish tidal energy firm Nova Innovation has been handed £6.4 million to fund manufacturing and distribution of its subsea turbines.
The “world’s most powerful tidal turbine” has started generating electricity via the grid in Orkney.
A Franco-Scottish alliance has been formed to speed up the deployment of commercial tidal energy schemes in both countries.
Renewables developer Simec Atlantis Energy issued an update on Wednesday as to the current state of play regarding its major shareholder.
A Scottish built tidal turbine located in Japan has hit another milestone after it passed pre-use inspection tests.