Two of the world’s top sea-energy test centres say they have successfully replicated the wild ocean environment of Orkney in Edinburgh.
Marine energy is a sector which has faced its fair share of ups and downs. That said, there remains much to be positive about in both wave and tidal energy in Scotland. Both industries have taken enormous strides forward in the last 12 months, and we are now closer to commercialisation than ever before.
Tidal power player Atlantis Resources has appointed a new director of project development to oversee its key developments in Scotland and internationally.
Europe’s key ocean energy industry figures are meeting with key political leaders at a high level summit in Dublin today to present a game plan for commercialising the ocean energy sector.
One of the largest marine energy parks in the world will be officially opened today in the turbulent waters of the Pentland Firth.
More cash is needed to help commercialise wave and tidal power or jobs and expertise or other country's could steal Scotland's lead in the fledgling industry, according to a report published today.
MORE than £10million is to be invested in new research and development to help demonstrate that wave and tidal energy can be generated at scale, and with lower production costs.
WAVE and tidal projects in Orkney waters are to benefit from an £18million boost.
SCOTLAND'S first commercial wavefarm could be built off the Western Isles within four years.
An area off the coast of Scotland has been selected for what could be the "world's first" offshore power station, it was announced yesterday.
Wave and tidal developers were invited yesterday to bid for £22million of new UK Government funding aimed at speeding up the development of marine energy.