marine energy News

  • Twitter Q&A: Marine Energy

    The Carbon Trust's Head of Technology Acceleration, Dr Stephen Wyatt, will be answering your questions on marine energy on Wednesday 3 October. Follow @theCarbonTrust and ask questions in advance using the hashtag #AskCarbon. Have you ever wondered how the power of waves and the tides are being harnessed to produce ...


    By Carbon Trust

  • Maldivian move to marine energy

    Scotland will help the Maldives in developing the country’s huge potential in renewable marine energy. A study of the archipelagic country’s wave, tidal and ocean thermal energy will be conducted by Scotland’s Robert Gordon University to establish the potential before adaptations are made. Scotland’s energy minister Jim Mather met with the Maldivian environment ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Global Market for Marine Energy

    ResearchMoz.us include new market research report "Global Market for Marine Energy" to its huge collection of research reports. The global marine energy industry is at an exciting and critical stage in its development. After a period of intense development, the leading technologies are now moving rapidly ...


  • Government invests £5m marine energy

    The Government today announced a grant of up to £5m to support the continued development of marine energy in the UK. The grant will support the development of a Marine Renewables Business Park at Hayle, in the South West. It is envisaged that the Business Park will act as a focus for the future development of a cluster of businesses based around marine energy. Hayle is close to the pioneering ...


    By Integrated fm

  • Funding Boost for Scottish Marine Energy

    Scotland’s marine energy sector is to benefit from a £2.8 million share of the Marine Renewables Commercialisation Fund (MRCF) which is run by the Carbon Trust. The news was announced by Energy Minister Fergus Ewing during the RenewableUK ...


    By Carbon Trust

  • Global Marine Energy Market Analysis to 2020

    GlobalData’s “Global Marine Energy Market Analysis to 2020 – Capacity, Generation, Regulation and Market Share Analysis” report gives an in-depth analysis of the Global, the US and the UK marine energy markets. It provides a deep understanding of key drivers impacting the market and key restraints in the market. It gives installed capacity (MW) and generation (GWh) ...

  • Europe leading the way in marine energy - study

    The sea could supply 20% of UK energy demand and about 10% of world consumption Wave energy sources are not only available in plenty, but are also consistent, predictable and have the highest energy density among all renewable energy sources. The best resource is found between 40-60 degrees of latitude where the available resource is 30 to 70 kW/m, with peaks of 100 kW/m. The potential worldwide ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Carbon Trust to slash costs of marine energy by 20%

    £1m Carbon Trust research initiative to reduce costs of marine energy using innovative technologies transferred from traditional industries including aviation, oil and gas.Giant turbine blades developed using technology from the aviation industry and underwater hydraulic power networks as used in the oil and gas industry are just two of the technologies that could be harnessed by the marine ...


    By Carbon Trust

  • Greening the battlefield - marines enlist green energy in Afghanistan

    Solar-powered generators and water-cooling systems that already are helping to save civilian lives in Haiti will be put to use by Marines fighting in Afghanistan. Under desert conditions similar to those found in Afghanistan, a company at the Marine Air Ground Combat Center in Twentynine Palms recently finished training with what is considered the Corps' first renewable energy-powered base, ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Research and Markets: Rising Tide of Marine Energy

    Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/d6qgw4/rising_tide_of) has announced the addition of GlobalData's new report "Rising Tide of Marine Energy - The UK Focus on Being a Pioneer in Marine Energy Development" to their offering. Rising Tide of Marine Energy - The UK Focus on Being a ...


    By Research and Markets

  • Entec report on Marine Renewable Energy sector launched

    Entec report on Marine Renewable Energy sector launched. BWEA has launched a State of the Industry report on the UK’s Marine Renewable Energy sector. The report, developed by Entec, provides BWEA with an independent review of the current status of the marine (i.e. wave and tidal stream) renewable energy industry. The focus of the review was to identify the estimated cost of energy for wave and ...


  • Marine energy doubled by predicting wave power

    The energy generated from our oceans could be doubled using new methods for predicting wave power. Research led by the University of Exeter, published (27 June) in the journal Renewable Energy, could pave the way for significant advancements in marine renewable energy, making it a more viable source of power. The study was carried out by a team of mathematicians and engineers from the University ...


    By FLS Energy

  • Tidal Today: Lowering the cost of Marine Energy generation

    The key is to ensure R&D investment looks at the overall infrastructure and practical mechanics of project installation and operation and maintenance regimes rather than development of turbine technologies in isolation, as reported by Tidal Today. Jon Harman at Tidal Today reports "What makes tidal very different from other sectors is the limited operational windows there is for ...


    By PRWeb

  • Energy Department Announces $10.5 Million for Next-Generation Marine Energy Systems

    The Energy Department today announced $10.5 million in available funding to support the design and operation of innovative marine and hydrokinetic (MHK) systems through survivability and reliability-related testing of these systems. Such advances will help these devices harness even more sustainable energy from the enormous ...


    By US Department of Energy

  • Department of energy awards $37 million for Marine and Hydrokinetic energy technology development

    U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu today announced selections for more than $37 million in funding to accelerate the technological and commercial readiness of emerging marine and hydrokinetic (MHK) technologies, which seek to generate renewable electricity from the nation's oceans and free-flowing rivers and streams. The 27 projects range from concept studies and component design research to ...


    By US Department of Energy

  • Marine & Offshore Pump Solutions

    Read about the different Marine & Offshore pump solutions in the new brochure with the same name. Vertical and horizontal centrifugal pumps, submerged lubrication oil pump, easy maintenance with spare parts kits and DESMI ROTAN pumps. Click here to read more ...


    By DESMI A/S

  • Energy Department Awards $10.5 Million for Next-Generation Marine Energy Systems

    The Energy Department today announced six organizations selected to receive up to $10.5 million to support the design and operation of innovative marine and hydrokinetic (MHK) systems through survivability and reliability-related improvements. As part of its MHK technology research and development ...


    By US Department of Energy

  • UK could grab a quarter of global marine energy market

    Global leader position could bring £76bn to UK economy by 2050 New analysis released today by the Carbon Trust shows the UK could capture just under a quarter of the global marine energy market.  Equivalent to up to £76bn to the UK economy by 2050, this growing sector could also generate over 68,000 UK jobs, if the technology is successfully developed and deployed ...


    By Carbon Trust

  • South West makes splash as first marine energy park

    The South West has today been named as the UK’s first Marine Energy Park, firmly placing the region on the international map for leadership in marine renewable energy. Climate Change Minister Greg Barker made the announcement on a visit to Bristol where he met with key members of the new initiative. The South West Marine Energy Park will stretch from Bristol through to Cornwall and as ...

  • Cranfield joint research to inform EU policy on marine renewable energy

    A consortium of nine organisations from across Europe will investigate the environmental impact of noise, vibration and electromagnetic emissions from renewable energy devices on marine life. Marine renewable energy devices (MREDs) such as wind turbines are planned in Europe to address the growing requirement for alternative sources of energy. However, little is known about the impact ...


    By Cranfield University

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