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AWS Ocean Energy is one of five Scottish marine energy developers to benefit from £7.9 million funding, to further develop testing of new wave and tidal prototypes in the seas around Scotland.
Alstom and the leading Scottish marine developer SSE Renewables have signed a new joint venture agreement to develop the Costa Head Wave Project, an up to 200 Megawatts (MW) wave energy site located north of mainland Orkney, in The Crown Estate’s Pentland Firth and Orkney Waters Strategic Area.
International power company makes first-ever investment in wave energy.
Simon Grey has been selected for one of the six Highlands and Islands Enterprise sponsored places on the Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP) in 2011.
Inverness based AWS Ocean Energy has today recieved additional funding support to develop its new wave energy device.
Grants for wave and tidal energy technologies. A doughnut and an oyster are among five marine energy projects sharing £13 million to harness the power of the sea.
Jim Mather, the Scottish Government Minister for Enterprise & Energy confirmed that Inverness-based AWS Ocean Energy is to receive £1.39m of funding support through the WATERS (Wave and Tidal Energy: Research, Development and Demonstration Support). The funding will be used by AWS Ocean Energy to further develop it's AWS-III device, a ring-shaped multi-cell surface -floating wave power system, the result of almost two years of intensive research and development work.
Scottish marine energy technology developer, AWS Ocean Energy, has started testing it's new wave energy device in Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands.
Scottish wave energy company, AWS Ocean Energy has secured a £2 million investment from Scottish Enterprises's Scottish Co-investment fund and the Shell Technology Ventures Fund 1 B.V., an affiliate of Royal Dutch Shell.
AWS Ocean Energy Ltd, one of the UK’s leading marine energy technology companies today announced the award of a £2000 MSc dissertation studentship to Olivier Greslou, a French student currently working on a dual masters degree with Heriot-Watt University and the Arts et Métiers Paris Tech graduate school.
Scottish marine energy company, AWS Ocean Energy, today welcomed the announcement from the Crown Estate to encourage the development of tidal and wave power in the Pentland Firth and surrounding waters.
AWS Ocean Energy Ltd, one of Scotland’s and the UK’s leading marine energy technology companies today announced the award of a £2000 MSc dissertation studentship to Heriot-Watt student Gregory Blower. As a result, Gregory will spend the summer at Heriot-Watt’s Orkney campus working with AWS Ocean Energy on the company’s wave energy device which is due to be deployed at EMEC next year.
AWS Ocean Energy, one of Scotland’s and the UK’s leading marine energy technology companies, is to double its workforce within the next 12 months. This will prepare the company for the deployment of its Archimedes Waveswing™ energy system off the...
An original method of harnessing wave power using underwater devices claims significant advantages over surface-based systems...
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Scotland’s AWS Ocean Energy is to receive significant further support from the Carbon Trust in the development of the company’s Archimedes Wave Swing (AWS), the world’s first submerged wave energy system. The support is...