Tidal & Wave Energy

Offshore Renewables – From Innovation To Commercialization

Energy Generation

Offshore Renewables – From Innovation To Commercialization

The UK’s Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult is driving innovation in offshore wind, wave and tidal energy.

Azura Starts Producing Wave Power Off Hawaii

Energy Generation

Azura Starts Producing Wave Power Off Hawaii

A prototype 20kW wave energy device is under test in the open ocean off the coast of Hawaii.

Swansea Bay Project To Pioneer Tidal Lagoon Power

Energy Generation

Swansea Bay Project To Pioneer Tidal Lagoon Power

Tidal lagoon energy could provide up to 8% of the UK’s electricity requirements by 2030.

Ocean Energy Technology In The Spotlight

Energy Generation

Ocean Energy Technology In The Spotlight

Commercial maturity of ocean energy technologies is expected from 2020 onwards.

First Grid-Connected Wave Energy Array Operates In Australia

Energy Generation

First Grid-Connected Wave Energy Array Operates In Australia

The Perth wave energy project demonstrates the potential for harnessing this resource.

MERiFIC Project Advancing Marine Energy in Europe

Energy Generation

MERiFIC Project Advancing Marine Energy in Europe

MERiFIC project identifies marine renewable energy resources in Europe’s peripheral and island communities.

Consortium Aims to Reduce the Cost of Scotland’s Marine Renewables Development

Energy Generation

Consortium Aims to Reduce the Cost of Scotland’s Marine Renewables Development

Scotland’s marine energy sector will be worth £50 billion by 2050.

Time to Put Wave Energy Back on the Power Map

Energy Generation

Time to Put Wave Energy Back on the Power Map

Wave power has yet to see major development despite its enormous potential.

Hawaii Encourages Energy Storage Development and Microgrid Technologies

Energy Generation

Hawaii Encourages Energy Storage Development and Microgrid Technologies

In an attempt to establish robust microgrids with energy storage technologies, Hawaii is developing a test bed for developers.