Tag : Tidal Energy
Output from nuclear power stations fell 7% in 2018, while renewable energy continued to go from strength to strength, according to latest figures from the Office of National Statistics
Anglesey Council is seeking £40M from the Welsh and UK governments to fund energy projects on the island.
A Welsh think tank has put forward an ambitious plan to run the country solely on renewable energy.
Outdated infrastructure is restricting the development of Scotland’s marine energy sector, according to the Scottish government.
Tidal turbine engineers from the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC), based in Orkney, Scotland, will support the development of the first wave and tidal test centre for marine renewables in China.
Energy firms in the UK could miss out on access to a €10bn (£8.5bn) fund for innovative renewable energy projects launched by the European Commission if Britain leaves the European Union (EU).
Tidal energy innovations will be tested in Scottish waters for another 20 years, after Crown Estate Scotland extended the current lease of the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) testing site in Orkney, Scotland.
Scottish Government eyes new tidal power schemesSubscription
A £10M fund has been set up by the Scottish Government the finance the commercial development of new tidal schemes along the Scottish coast.