Tidal Today

  • Atlantis Resources secures €7.7m from European Commission

    AIM listed Atlantis Resources Limited has recently announced that it has successfully secured €7.7m in grant funding from the European Commission’s Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development.

  • FERC approves Turnagain Arm permit

    Earlier this month the United States Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved a successive preliminary permit for Turnagain Arm Tidal Energy Corp. for a tidal energy project in Alaska.

  • Atlantis raises £12m on AIM

    Tidal turbine company Atlantis Resources has raised £12m by selling ordinary shares on AIM, a market operated by the London Stock Exchange.

  • Atlantis Resources: Power of global partnerships and just good timing

    CEO Tim Cornelius and recently hired non-executive board chairman John Neill chat with Tidal Today on the company’s planned IPO on London’s AIM market, the importance of a structured business and how things really seem to be going in the right direction for the wider tidal industry.

  • Colwyn Bay on lagoon list

    Tidal Lagoon Power, the company behind the pending £850m tidal energy lagoon generator in Swansea Bay, is looking at Colwyn Bay as one of five potential sites where it could locate its next lagoon, it has been reported.

  • Tidal energy potential of firth revealed

    A stretch of water off the north coast could provide enough energy to power about half of Scotland, engineers from the Universities of Oxford and Edinburgh have found.

  • Magallanes set to conquer export market

    The Spanish tidal developer Magallanes Renovables is looking to test a 1:1 scale model of its technology in 2015 after receiving a €5m grant.

  • Aquatic supports DeepOcean training programme for graduate trainees

    Industry experts from Aquatic Engineering & Construction Ltd, an Acteon company, have presented the company’s work and subsea operations to support DeepOcean UK’s graduate training programme and new conversion engineering programme.

  • China Hydroelectric goes private

    NYSE-listed China Hydroelectric Corporation has decided to go private.

  • Atlantis appoints Non-Executive Chairman

    Atlantis Resources, a vertically integrated tidal turbine supplier and project owner, has appointed John Neill CBE as Non-Executive Chairman, with immediate effect.

  • New testing centre set for Dundee

    A new test centre, backed primarily by the European Regional Development Fund will be set up in Dundee, it has been reported.

  • Long-term policies and PPA conditions at heart of tidal sector success

    The tidal power sector must become more engaged with energy regulators and utilities to garner future stability, growth and long-term policy support. Elisabeth Jeffries reports from the side lines of the International Tidal Summit.

  • Andritz Hydro bags three turbine contract

    Andritz Hydro Hammerfest, part of international technology Group ANDRITZ, has received an order from MeyGen Ltd. to supply three 1.5-megawatt tidal current turbines to the planned tidal array in the Inner Sound of the Pentland Firth, Scotland.

  • Developers strive to secure adequate strike price levels for tidal power

    Tidal power sector acknowledges the importance of a successful Electricity Market Reform outcome, coupled with the progression of island interconnectors and the delivery of a competitive grid charging regime, in order to make steady progress. We assess the situation.

  • Tidal companies form Nova Scotia partnership

    A strategic partnership to develop a 3MW across three locations in Nova Scotia’s Bay of Fundy has been defined in recent weeks. The companies involved include Tribute Resources, Fundy Tidal, and Tocardo International.

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