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EMEC statement on OpenHydro

Statement from Neil Kermode, Managing Director, EMEC: “EMEC is gutted to hear that Naval Energies have made the difficult decision to liquidate OpenHydro. “OpenHydro were EMEC’s first tidal energy client, and are our longest standing client, having been operating at the Fall of Warness test site since 2007. In 2008, they became the first company Read More »


Press release: RiaSoR2 reliability guidance published for wave energy

The Reliability in a Sea of Risk 2 (RiaSoR 2) project has published new reports on condition monitoring systems (CMS), numerical load analysis and reliability assessment specifications for wave energy converters (WECs). Building on Phase 1 of the RiaSoR project, which developed a theoretical reliability assessment guideline for WECs and tidal energy converters (TECs), RiaSoR Read More »


Press release: Scotland and Cornwall to assist in development of Welsh marine energy test site

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) Ltd and Wave Hub Ltd have signed an agreement with Marine Energy Wales to provide strategic advice to develop the Marine Energy Test Area (META) project which is underway in Pembrokeshire. Between them, the teams behind the test centres in Orkney and Cornwall have over 20 years’ experience developing Read More »


Press release: EMEC make ICE top 200 influencing world projects

To mark the Institution of Civil Engineers’ (ICE’s) 200th anniversary, and to support UK Government’s Year of Engineering, the Institution is highlighting 200 inspirational and world-changing projects from around the world throughout 2018. Nominated by the ICE’s members and selected by an expert panel, the chosen projects illustrate the breadth and depth of civil engineering’s Read More »


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Open Hydro

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Voith Hydro

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