A young scientist wins a UK Dyson Award for his multi-axis wave energy generator concept.
Be on the lookout: A big Vattenfall/Pelamis wave power project in Scotland can’t find its research buoy.
Pelamis Wave Power’s Richard Yemm, inventor of an iconic wave energy device, has been honored for his contribution to the marine renewables sector.
Vattenfall, which aims to build a big wave power plant off the Shetlands, grabs the final test berth at the European Marine Energy Center.
ScottishPower Renewables’ wave power generator is the newest addition to the machines being tested at the European Marine Energy Centre in Orkney, Scotland.
The Crown Estate gives preliminary backing to eight more marine-power sites in the U.K., breaking into fresh territory off Scotland’s Western Isles and Wales.
After steep initial costs, wave and tidal stream power could become competitive with nukes and onshore wind, the U.K. nonprofit Carbon Trust says.