• Russia’s Martex to present tidal dam proposal

    Ards councillors in Northern Ireland are expecting a visit from Russia power project company unit, Martex Invest, to listen to their proposed plan for a tidal power plant based at the barrier across Strangford Lough.

  • Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon: £300m boost to Welsh economy

    The multi-million pound Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project is being welcomed by Welsh politicians, local businesses and residents following projections that the tidal energy project is expected to be worth £300m to the Welsh economy.

  • Nova Scotia reached tidal feed-in tariff price

    The Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board in recent weeks have released the developmental tidal feed-in tariff rates for large scale projects.

  • IDB eyes Chile for tidal projects

    Chile is to host a new range of tidal projects, according to the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). Project developers will be financed from a USD 1.8m funding pot made available by the bank, a major source of development financing for Latin America and the Caribbean.

  • RWE Innogy’s Atlantic Dis-Array: Bristol Channel Zone reveals serious marine energy technical challenges

    We speak to RWE Innogy about why it had to put its Atlantic Array offshore wind energy project in the Bristol Channel Zone on hold due to 'technical challenges' and the trickle-down effect this might have on other deep water projects, including tidal power.

  • Singapore set to be Asia tidal market gateway

    We look at the reasoning behind why a partnership to create a new test base for tidal power in Asia has emerged between The Energy Research Institute at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore and the European Marine Energy Centre.

  • Merchant Bank: non-UK industrials play largest role in UK tidal

    There is concern within the UK tidal industry that not enough UK industrial players are investing in the UK tidal power sector.

  • Minesto wins ‘industry pioneer’ award

    Nordic tidal energy device company Minesto has won the Industry Pioneer Award at Tida Today’s International Tidal Energy Summit in London.

  • Australia renewables to feel penny pinch

    Australia's Coalition government has put forward legislation that will cut funding to the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) by almost A$435m ($403.9m), representing more than half of its funding through 2017, according to a recent Climate Spectator report.

  • Maersk Training appoints UK Managing Director

    Maersk Training appoints UK Managing Director

  • Datafish shortlisted for award

    North Sea Systems, based in Poole Dorset, have been shortlisted in the South West Green Energy Awards Best Business Innovation category, for their data collection and survey device called the Datafish.

  • Current2Current prototype powers up

    Renewable energy developer Current2Current has reported that its tidal energy converter prototype has recently been producing electricity in the North Sea.

  • Pentland Firth: building the multi-array dream

    Work is now set to begin on the largest turbine proposal in Europe, after the Scottish Government gave the consent to begin the 86MW Pentland Firth tidal energy project.

  • Glycerol answer to low carbon marine fuel

    The marine industry is challenged by rising fuel costs, tightening emissions regulations and managing pollution risk. One solution may be the use of glycerol, (commonly ‘glycerine’), as a fuel for marine diesel engines.

  • France gathers speed in race to deploy tidal

    France’s chances of challenging the UK’s supremacy in tidal power have been boosted through recent signs of government support coupled with a strong industrial presence.