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Scotrenewables Tidal Power has set another record with its first 2MW floating tidal stream turbine with the unit clocking up over 3GWh of renewable electricity in its first year of testing at the European Marine Energy Centre in Orkney, Scotland.
Eco Business
8/21/2018

Mega dams are no stranger to controversy, so why do dam-building plans in the Mekong continue despite urgent calls to alter the way large hydropower is produced?
Utility Week
8/21/2018

A Scottish tidal turbine has generated more power over the past year than the entire wave and tidal energy sectors in Scotland in the 12 years prior to its launch in 2016. The post Scotrenewables’ tidal turbine generates record level of power
PV-Tech.org
8/20/2018

Sungrow to supply inverters to 100MW Vietnam solar project
China-based PV inverter supplier Sungrow has signed an agreement with hydroelectric power firm Dai Hai Power to supply central inverters to a 100MW solar project located near the Northwest of Buon Me Thuot City, Vietnam.

The Unexpectedly Large Impacts Of Small Hydropower

Toshiba Corporation today announced that Toshiba Hydro Power (Hangzhou) Co., Ltd.(THPC), a Chinese subsidiary that manufactures, sells and maintains hydroelectric equipment, has won a major order to supply four units of 77-megawatt hydro turbine and

Ocean Power Technologies, Inc. today announced that it is partnering with the National Data Buoy Center (“NDBC”) under a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (“CRADA”) to conduct ocean demonstrations of its innovative Self-Contained Ocean

Uno-X Hydrogen AS, a NEL ASA (NEL) joint venture, has entered into an agreement with a Norwegian affiliate of Praxair, a leading global industrial gas company, as a strategic alliance to install 20 hydrogen refuelling stations, covering all the majo

Divesting from Fossil Fuels: Last One Out Loses
A new report written by Nathaniel Bullard at Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) highlights the difficulties large institutional investors would have divesting from fossil fuels. What it does not specifically discuss is that these difficulties could

Marine Energy Making Waves on Both Sides of the Pond
In recent months, a number of initiatives aimed at speeding up the development of the wave energy sector have been launched in the U.S. and Europe. As part of the ongoing work to establish a viable United States wave energy industry, the National Re

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