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Ocean Energy Systems (OES) Annual Report 2019 presents the progress made in the ocean energy sector in OES member countries.

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The ETIP Ocean report Mapping & prioritisation of key policy fields for ocean energy identifies the national, EU and international policy areas that have the largest impact on the ocean...

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It has long been known that oceans are threatened by climate change – temperature rise, acidification and oxygen depletion are all caused by global warming and have devastating impacts on...

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A new ETIP Ocean report shows that the requirement for revenue support remains as crucial as ever in order to send a clear signal to investors that there is a...

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Produced by the University of Edinburgh, the ETIP Ocean report on the prioritisation of research, technology and innovation challenges outlines a prioritised list of updated technology challenges to commercialisation of...

The ‘Tidal turbine Power take-off Accelerator’ (TiPA) Horizon 2020 project has published a Commercialisation Strategy that summarises the project’s results and provides recommendations for an accelerated industrial roll-out of tidal...

“Electric power from ocean wind, currents, tides and waves will play a role.”

The IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) Special Report ‘The Ocean and Cryosphere in Changing Climate’ updates the knowledge on the changes that the ocean and cryosphere – the parts...

”In the future, the costs of wave energy production should become competitive to traditional means of energy generation in the tropics.”

The May edition of the SETIS magazine dedicated to ocean energy showcases the development of ocean energy in Europe and worldwide.