19 June, Brussels. Ocean energy devices and pilot farms should be demonstrated in real-sea conditions for several years to accelerate large-scale deployment, according to ETIP Ocean’s new ‘Strategic Research &...
ETIP Ocean will publish a new Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) early next year. The SRIA will detail the priority research, development and innovation challenges that most merit funding...
Wave Energy Scotland supports the development of Advanced Control Systems technology for wave energy devices with almost £1m.
Ocean Energy Europe has published its annual statistics on the developments of the ocean energy sector.
Following the successful completion of the original project, the European Commission has funded the ETIP Ocean to continue its work until at least 2022.
A new report by the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) analyses ten future emerging technologies to generate energy from the ocean tides and waves.
Ocean Energy Systems (OES) published "Spotlight on Ocean Energy" report. This report provides insights of 20 ocean energy projects and 5 policy initiatives on the OES member countries.
The Policy and Innovation Group at the University of Edinburgh have released their UK Ocean Energy Review for 2017.
People interested in tracking progress in developing Scotland's wave energy technology can now access a new online library, launched on 20 July by Wave Energy Scotland (WES).
The European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) has published its bi-annual report on the ocean energy.