Saturday Jun 15
Milford Haven Port joins forces with wave energy firm
Tidal Energy Ltd development director Chris Williams, Port of Milford Haven short sea director Kevin Hobbs, Tidal Energy Ltd managing director Martin Murphy, and Port of Milford Haven business development and project manager Claire Palmer.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Environmental News Network
New poll confirms majority of public support renewable energy
A new survey report has revealed that the majority of the public believe the Government should support the construction of more renewable energy sources like solar, wave and tidal power.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Taxing divide - four reasons to repeal SB-21
Missing from discussions surrounding passage of SB-21, the oil tax giveaway estimated to be in the billions of dollars over several years, was acknowledgement of a vision of what that money could do for Alaska.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
UK Government needs to back Severn Barrage
Our rugby expert Andy Howell analyses another romping Lions midweek victory, this time against the NSW and Queensland Combined Country XV Rhys is about to take on one of his most sensitive roles to date in Gifted.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Western morning News
Green power will keep energy bills in check
Every day I speak to families concerned by the rising cost of living. They tell me that it is energy bills that are hitting the hardest.
North Devon Gazette
Fancy a punt on a Swansea tidal generator?
Entrepreneur seeking to raise millions from Bristol Channel postcodes to pay for development of 750m tidal energy lagoon in South Wales.
South Wales Argus
Argus Comment: a setback for Severn barrage
IT NOW appears that the hugely ambitious plan to build a barrage across the Severn Estuary has suffered a fatal setback.
Dear Green Place earns its name
But in recent years more and more firms have started realising that going green is good for business AND for the environment.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
This Is Somerset
Severn Barrage scheme 'sunk'
Plans for a 25 billion Severn Barrage looked dead in the water of the Bristol Channel last night after MPs refused to back the idea.
Big tidal energy scheme fails to convince British MPs
Plans to build one of the world's biggest tidal energy projects in the River Severn estuary between England and Wales do not look commercially viable, members of parliament said on Monday.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
University of Bristol news
A 836,000 for collaborative environmental history project
A tri-university project entitled 'The Power and the Water: Connecting Pasts with Futures', led by Professor Peter Coates of the Department of Historical Studies, has been awarded A 836,000 by the Arts and Humanities Research Council .
Tidal Energy Could Be Next Big Wave
The U.S. Department of Energy has just unveiled a floating off-shore wind platform that it thinks could make a big splash.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Desperately seeking sharks - and all sorts of ocean data
Dalhousie's newest Wave Glider is currently on her maiden mission - and it has a shark in her sights.
Wed May 29, 2013
Comment: Schoolchildren can deliver boost of energy
Scotland has huge potential in terms of renewable energy off our shores - with an estimated 25 per cent of all the European offshore wind and 10 per cent of the potential wave power.
Marine energy risk to salmon studied
The fish pass through the firth between the Scottish mainland and Orkney when they leave rivers for open sea and later return to breed.
Tue May 28, 2013
M&A: RusHydro reduces equity stake in Yakutskenergo to 79.1608%
OJSC RusHydro reduced its equity position in OJSC Yakutskenergo to 79.1608% from 86.6296%. RusHydro informed.
Western Morning News published West green energy guru has 'lagoon power' plan
Preparations are under way to create a tidal lagoon off the Westcountry coast which could produce enough renewable electricity to power 100,000 homes.
Thu May 23, 2013
International Business Times
"Wave Park" Shown the Green Flag by the Scottish Government
On the 23rd of May the Scottish government has given the go ahead to Edinburgh-based company Aquamarine Power to set up power generation plant in the form of "Wave Parks" which will generate electricity harnessing the inexhaustible tidal energy off the cost of the Western Isles.
It's official: renewable energy to save consumers between A 25 and A 100 billion
An official report published today on the dangers of failing to invest in renewable energy represents a timely call for the Government to set clear long-term policies to boost the deployment of wind, wave and tidal power.
Tidal power plan is right choice for Conwy county coastline, says university expert
A CAMPAIGNER for tidal power says an electricity generating lagoon could be the right choice for Conwy's coast - with the right investment.