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ReFLEX vacancies

Join us in developing the ‘energy system of the future’   ReFLEX Orkney is an exciting new project aiming to revolutionise Orkney’s energy system by creating a ‘virtual energy system’, digitally linking renewable generation to flexible demand. The ReFLEX project partnership involves EMEC, Aquatera, Community Energy Scotland, Solo Energy, Heriot Watt University, Orkney Islands Council Read More »

Press release: EMEC’s Catrin Sutherland up for Young Professional Award

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC)’s Commercial Development Officer, Catrin Sutherland, has been shortlisted for the ‘Achiever Award’ at the Scottish Renewables Young Professionals Green Energy Awards 2019. The Young Professionals Green Energy Awards recognises those who have achieved beyond all expectations, those who are pioneering new ideas and have the drive and ambition to Read More »

Press release: Blue-GIFT opens 1st call for ocean energy demonstrations

The €2.5 million Blue-GIFT (Blue Growth and Innovation Fast Tracked) project is pleased to announce the 1st call for applications. Funded by Interreg Atlantic Area, the Blue-GIFT project is a coordinated ocean energy technology demonstration programme encouraging longer-term demonstration and technology de-risking across the Atlantic Area regions. The 1st call offers support package vouchers to Read More »

Vacancy: Project Manager (ReFLEX)

EMEC is leading the £28 million ReFLEX project which will design, build and deliver a virtual energy system in Orkney using localised power balancing mechanisms alongside digital control across the electricity, transport and heat networks.  Project Manager (ReFLEX)  £38,953 – £42,848 plus contributory pension We are looking for a Project Manager to manage the ReFLEX Read More »

Press release: Energy system of the future to be demonstrated in Orkney

Coming soon: www.reflexorkney.co.uk ReFLEX website under development. www.reflexorkney.co.uk will be redirected to the new website once launched.   The first phase of a new £28.5 million project to create a Virtual Energy System (VES) in Orkney, Scotland, has been launched to digitally link distributed and intermittent renewable generation to flexible demand. The ReFLEX (Responsive Flexibility) Read More »

Press release: EMEC to assess Verdant Power Tidal Turbine System in New York City’s East River

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) will provide an independent performance assessment of Verdant Power’s 5th Generation (Gen5) tidal turbine system to be deployed for commercial demonstration in New York City’s East River in 2020. The deployment will be conducted under Verdant Power’s Roosevelt Island Tidal Energy (RITE) Project and be comprised of three Gen5 Read More »







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Atlantis Resources Corporation



Naval Group

Naval Group


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ScottishPower Renewables



Sustainable Marine Energy

Sustainable Marine Energy


Voith Hydro


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