Other marine energy and hydropower News for April 2015

Other marine energy and hydropower News Archive

UK report: Public support for renewables remains enormous

Nearly 78% of British citizens support the use of renewable energy to provide the UK’s electricity, fuel and heat, according to the latest figures from the Department for Energy and Climate Change.

Emphasis on 'grid issues" at ALL-ENERGY 2015

More conference time than ever before in the history of All-Energy is being devoted to presentations on the grid, energy systems and energy storage.

US Department of Energy releases new 'Hydropower Report'

Comprehensive study outlines the diversity of America's hydropower fleet, while demonstrating its contribution to the US clean energy mix.

MGR Fluid Power delivers hydraulic system for UK hydropower plant MGR Fluid Power delivers hydraulic system for UK hydropower plant

When complete, the hydro power plant--located on the River Trent--will generate enough electricity to power 700 homes.

Voith selected to overhaul three Italian hydropower plants Voith selected to overhaul three Italian hydropower plants

Modernization of long-standing hydropower plants will ensure smooth operation for years to come.

US Department of Energy allocates $7 million toward hydropower technology research US Department of Energy allocates $7 million toward hydropower technology research

Fnding will help advance hydropower drivetrains and structural foundations that will minimize environmental impacts and reduce the lifetime costs associated with operating and maintaining new hydropower projects.

UNEP’s 9th annual 'Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment 2015' report released

Global green energy investments surge 17% to $270 B in 2014

All Energy 2015 rolls out the welcome mat All Energy 2015 rolls out the welcome mat

On 6 May 450-plus exhibiting companies from nearly 20 countries plan to descend on the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) for All-Energy 2015, the UK’s largest renewable energy exhibition and conference.

European Marine Energy Centre strengthens ties with Japan

EMEC joins the Nagasaki Marine Industry Cluster Promotion Association to help support the development of marine renewables in Japan.