Orkney energy innovation showcased in Science Museum’s new gallery

The Science Museum in London has opened a major new gallery exploring the rapid energy transition and decarbonisation needed globally to limit climate change.  The gallery highlights technologies and projects from the UK and abroad – from tidal energy and hydrogen power in Orkney to terracotta air-cooling façades in India and solar farms in Morocco. Read More »


Vacancy: Senior Electrical Engineer

EMEC is an innovation catalyst pioneering the transition to a clean energy future. EMEC is the world’s leading demonstration facility for testing wave and tidal energy technologies in the sea. Based in Orkney, the centre is also working on R&D projects looking at green hydrogen, floating wind and the decarbonisation of maritime and aviation sectors. Read More »


EMEC managing director takes home Outstanding Contribution Award

EMEC’s managing director, Neil Kermode OBE, has been awarded the Outstanding Contribution Award at the Subsea Expo Awards 2024. Organised by Global Underwater Hub (GUH), the annual Subsea Expo Awards celebrate the achievements of companies and individuals working across the oil and gas, decommissioning, offshore energy, defence, aquaculture and marine science sectors. This year’s Outstanding Read More »


Two clean maritime projects awarded funding

£33 million of Government funding has been awarded to develop green technologies for ports and ships – accelerating the UK’s race to decarbonise the sector while supporting jobs in coastal communities across the country, helping grow the economy in the long term. The £33 million has been awarded to 33 projects across all twelve regions Read More »


Ocean DEMO celebrates success as project draws to a close

The success of the EU-funded Ocean DEMO project has been celebrated in a new video and website which highlight the achievements of technology developers and innovators and the progress being made in the ocean energy industry. Discover the stories of Ocean DEMO technology developers here. European technologies are currently leading the world in ocean energy, Read More »


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