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Siemens halts work on Skerries tidal array

Marine Current Turbines Seagen device

Decision comes two months after company had £10m government grant withdrawn

29 Aug 2014

Atlantis inks £7.5m deal to open up second front in MeyGen tidal energy push

Atlantis tidal turbine

Just days after announcing work is to start on first phase of MeyGen tidal stream project, Atlantis Resources confirms initial funding for phase two

27 Aug 2014

'World's biggest' tidal array gets go ahead in Scotland

Atlantis tidal turbine

Developers announce funding package for MeyGen project in Pentland Firth that could see 269 seabed turbines powering 175,000 homes

22 Aug 2014

Is the tide going out? Analysts trim projections for marine energy deployment

BNEF revises down forecasts for wave and tidal energy amid concerns over technical challenges

14 Aug 2014

Wales floats plan for tidal power future

Tidal Energy Limited plans 10MW array in the wake of deploying Wales' first large-scale, free-standing generating device

08 Aug 2014

FloWave marine energy research centre officially opens for business

Climate Change Minister Amber Rudd cuts ribbon on world leading tide and wave simulator in Edinburgh

06 Aug 2014

Ocean Power Technologies pulls plug on Australian marine energy project

Company ditches planned $233m wave energy project, as Atlantis Resources reveals Scottish tidal current project is making progress

18 Jul 2014

Tidal lagoon power 'could earn £27bn for UK economy'

New industry backed report highlights economic opportunities associated with building six tidal lagoons around UK coastlines

16 Jul 2014

Atlantis set to put tidal energy on the map

Company expects first power from world's largest tidal array to be delivered in 2016, as it eyes new sites in China, Canada and Wales

14 Jul 2014

Siemens, Wave Hub, and Minesto winners in latest wave and tidal leasing round

The Crown Estate deals out fresh round of wave and tidal power site licences with new focus on boosting local economic benefits from marine energy

08 Jul 2014

A blueprint for the future for wind, wave and tidal power

Maria McCaffery outlines how the industry plans to cut costs and how the next government can continue the sector's impressive growth

26 Jun 2014

RenewableUK spells out path to green energy expansion

Trade body says wind, wave, and tidal energy could contribute 44 per cent of UK electricity by 2030 with right policy signals

26 Jun 2014

Nova Innovation bags £3.75m for Scottish tidal energy array

Nova Innovation partnering with Belgian company ELSA to install five 100kW devices off the Shetland coast

16 Jun 2014

In pictures: Edinburgh's new marine power test facility

University unveils new water tank to test renewable energy devices in real world conditions

06 Jun 2014

Marine power industry ready to ride in giant sea simulator

Edinburgh University cuts ribbon on £9.5m FloWave Ocean Research Energy Facility

06 Jun 2014

World's 'first' community-owned tidal energy device powers up

Turbine to provide electricity for 30 homes, a factory, and an industrial estate in the Shetlands

21 May 2014

DECC poised to remove controversial Humber tidal device

Spokeswoman confirms Proteus device will be uninstalled "within the next few weeks"

09 May 2014

We should all embrace the rise of marine energy

Maria McCaffery of RenewableUK argues that the future is looking bright for the UK's nascent marine energy industry

08 May 2014

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