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  • The Crown Estate has indicated that it will be investing £20m in the wave and tidal power industry, though the funding is only likely to be enough for two wave or tidal projects. The body is inviting companies to bid for the cash, with a deadline of 15 February 2013 for applications. A final decisio...

  • Limpet.tif Three new floating gravity-based mooring device for the subsea and renewable sectors will be used by Ocean Power Technologies off the coast of Oregon to anchor the companys PowerBuoy wave energy converters to the sea bed. The device is the SeaLimpet, developed by the Gael Force Group and...

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  • The Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) have announced a new £20m Marine Energy Array Demonstrator (Mead) prize scheme. Organisations should apply to the MEAD scheme online via the DECC website by 1 June 2012. Up to two winners will share the £20m funding, intended to support pre-commercial...

  • Finnish energy company Fortum and Swedish wave power equipment supplier Seabased Industry are interested in building a full-scale wave power plant off the Swedish west coast. The companies have submitted an application of interest to the Swedish Energy Agency for investment support of a €25mn w...

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  • The island of Oahu, Hawaii, has become host to PowerBuoy, a wave power generation unit (pictured on the cover of the November issue of Energy World) from Ocean Power Technologies (OPT). The machine, installed near Kaneohe Bay is the third PowerBuoy to be deployed by OPT over the past two months at...

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  • Government takes on Cornwalls Wave Hub projectThe Wave Hub offshore marine energy project in Cornwall, which allows developers to test new wave energy technology, has been taken into ownership by the government to secure its future as a vital part of the UK's green energy sources. The Department fo...

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  • E.ON and partner Ocean Prospect have withdrawn from the Wave Hub project off the north Cornish coast. The company was one of four developers looking at using Wave Hub to plug in' marine power projects, with the two companies looking at using the Pelamis wave power device at the site, which is due t...

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