An Aberdeen engineering firm is set to share in a £1.4 million pot to drive efficiency and bring down the cost of wave power.
Wave Energy Scotland
A new clean energy power system could soon be used to provide backup power to North Sea assets.
Apollo, of Aberdeen, said last night the award of a six-figure contract from Wave Energy Scotland will make a "big difference" to the firm.
Scottish energy minister Paul Wheelhouse has described the call for collaboration to accelerate wave energy in the country an "important step forward" for the sector.
Aberdeen-headquartered Ecosse Subsea has been sold for around £50million.
Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has announced a £2.5million funding award from Wave Energy Scotland (WES).
Jonathan Hodges, senior innovation engineer for Wave Energy Scotland (WES), has essentially turned up to Subsea Expo 2018 on a charm offensive.
The C3 Wave Energy Converter (WEC) has been test installed by CorPower Ocean within the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) Scapa Flow site near Orkney, Scotland.
A technology quango is looking to push the boundaries of what kind of Scottish weather that wave energy devices can survive by funding 13 innovative projects.
Scotland’s wave and tidal-energy industry is in a battle for cash from the EU.
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 polymer division of Balmoral Group has won funding to develop new materials for use in wave energy converters (WECs).