Twenty Teams Advancing to Next Phase of the Wave Energy Prize

Qualified Teams to Continue Pursuit to Win U.S. Department of Energy's Prize Challenge

WavePOD project secures £2 million from Wave Energy Scotland

The WavePOD (Wave Power Offtake Device) aims to develop a standardised subsea unit which can be attached to a variety of different wave energy machines and convert the movement of the device into electricity.

British energy firms turning the tides with Canada

Five British companies are celebrating today after they have received grant funding from the Government's innovation experts at Innovate UK to develop tidal energy projects with Canadian businesses and universities.

Green light for world's first tidal lagoon

Natural Power has been working alongside Tidal Lagoon Power on the Swansea Bay project - the world's first tidal lagoon - which was granted planning permission last month.

Northwest Energy Innovations Launches Wave Energy Device in Hawai'i

First Grid Connected Wave Energy Device in the U.S. to be Independently Evaluated

Cape Sharp Tidal Partners Award First Contracts to Nova Scotian Companies

Cape Sharp Tidal is a joint venture between Emera Inc. and OpenHydro.

TIDAL ENERGY AVAILABLE ANYWHERE AND LESS EXPENSIVE THAN OFFSHORE WIND !

This breakthrough will allow tidal energy to become the primary renewable energy contributor by 2025.

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