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What is a tidal lagoon? Independent review endorses Swansea Bay

The UK is one step closer to building the world’s first tidal lagoon.

A pioneering £1.3bn wave power project in Wales has this month been endorsed by a former UK energy minister after a year-long review.   446 more words

Climate Change

Wavin'

Something I look forward to most days, is heading down to the beach with my retriever Holly and these past few weeks, I’ve had the added thrill of a new companion – my new Fujifilm X-T2. 89 more words

Highlands

Wave

A few weeks ago, while on holiday on the Isle of Harris, we spent even more time than usual on the beach – in fact, on several, as we were spoiled for choice. 139 more words

Nature

CARNEGY WAVE ENERGY GOES SOLAR

Fremantle based Carnegy Wave Energy has acquired 100% of the Australian Energy Made Clean solar company, adding 65% of the shares to the 35% they already had. 87 more words

Western Australia

DO YOU AGREE? WAVE POWER IS THE FUTURE?

AGREE? ¼ us energy with waves? EARTHTALK.ORG also  #Thomas Hollyday Books, #SOLAR SIPPER at Amazon.com #water

The complications are immense in this technology. Should we spend the money or willthis be a failure? What do you think?

Global Warming

Armed with Science: The Navy’s Indoor Ocean

As many teams mentioned during the Wave Energy Prize Team Summit in April 2016, the Finalists are incredibly excited to test their 1/20th-scale WEC prototypes at the nation’s premier wave-making facility, the… 50 more words

Wave Energy Prize

Tidal and Wave Power Full of Promise in Scotland

by Erin Larsen

In the northeast-most corner of Scotland sits the future site of the world’s largest array of tidal turbines, undersea windmills turned by the waters. 479 more words

Renewables