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Limpet, Islay, Scotland

Limpet stands for Land Installed Marine Powered Energy Transformer. The Limpet device began operating in 2004, and was the first wave power project in the UK. 238 more words


Renewable Energy Part 2: Water Based Technologies

Last week, the first part of my three-week special on renewable energy focused on wind energy. This week, I take a look at the three main water-based renewable energy technologies: hydro, wave and tidal. 824 more words

Harnessing the ocean: China’s military looks to wave farms to power radar on remote islands as South China Sea disputes simmer

China has been testing one of the largest power-generating machines of its kind in the world with maximum capacity in excess of 200 kilowatts.

Stephen Chen… 825 more words

Marine Energy Device Mooring and Foundation Designs

by Cassandra Burgess

The deployment of marine renewable energy (MRE) devices requires new approaches to offshore mooring and foundations. Mooring and foundations are essential components of MRE device structures, enabling a device to remain in one spot while responding to the movement of tides or waves. 500 more words

Renewable Energy

£1bn Swansea tidal lagoon start hit by one year delay

Plans to start building the £1bn Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon next spring have been delayed by a year.

Andrew McNaughton, engineering and construction director at Tidal Lagoon Power, has revealed that the start date has been put back from early 2016 to March 2017 because of delays in agreeing a subsidy with the UK Government. 208 more words