Nautricity To Deploy Tidal Devices In Scottish Waters

A full scale tidal array in Scottish waters is drawing closer to reality for Glasgow-based renewable energy company Nautricity. Consent has been given by Marine Scotland for the deployment of the first Contra Rotating Marine Turbine device, otherwise known as CoRMaT, in the Irish Sea, south of Machrihanish, Argyll. The device has been developed by […] Read more »

Project In New York Will Put Vanadium Flow Batteries to the Test

The possibility of utility-scale energy storage has been brought even closer to reality with the improvement and refinement of flow-battery technology that relies on vanadium. The technology of vanadium flow batteries has been validated with an announcement by New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) that it will partner with energy storage company […] Read more »

Sensor Platform Built to Understand Fundy Tides

A key for the development of tidal power projects in the Bay of Fundy is a better understanding of the powerful tides. This understanding will be substantially improved by an advanced sensor platform that is being built for the Minas Passage. The platform is being developed by The Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE). […] Read more »

Local Business Supports Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon

The Swansea Bay Business Club has conducted a survey amongst local businesses to gauge support for the newly proposed Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon and the results have been very positive. According to the club president and secretary Bruce Roberts the local companies completely recognise that there is a need for secure alternate energy supplies. The […] Read more »