Top news, August 29 – September 4, 2016

Tidal Energy Today has compiled the top news from tidal and wave energy industry from August 29 – September 4, 2016.

SRWorld’s largest tidal turbine preparing for installation at EMEC

Scotrenewables Tidal Power is performing final commissioning checks on the SR2000 floating tidal turbine before connecting the device to its mooring system at EMEC’s Fall of Warness grid-connected test site in Orkney, managed by the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC), according to Scottish media.



Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland team up for ocean energy

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), Invest Northern Ireland and Scottish Enterprise launched a collaborative network aiming to intensify ocean energy development at an inaugural meeting held yesterday in Dublin.




Tribute obtains another tidal energy project in Nova Scotia

Tribute Resources has acquired a 0.9MW tidal energy project from Fundy Tidal. The Petit Passage tidal project is a contracted development stage tidal energy project located between Digby Neck and Long Island in Digby County, Nova Scotia.




World’s first tidal array 80% Scottish-built

The world’s first fully-operational tidal array in Shetland has been delivered with over 80% Scottish supply chain content.





A turbine and a truck (photos)

Atlantis Resources has published photos of an AR1500 1.5MW tidal turbine hitting the road as it embarks on a trip to the MeyGen tidal energy project site.

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