DTOcean is a European collaborative project funded under the 7th Framework Programme for Research and Development, aiming at accelerating the industrial development of ocean energy power generation knowledge, and providing design tools...
Following 3 years of intensive work, DTOcean will present its design tool solution to end-users on October 12th in Liverpool alongside RenewableUK’s Renewables Marketplace Conference & Exhibition
Data and information for planning and permitting of offshore renewable energy developments in Irish waters.
The second DCNS / OpenHydro tidal turbine was immersed successfully on May 29th, in waters about 40 meters deep.
The European Commission has awarded just over €3.9 million (£3.1 m) to support tidal energy testing and demonstration in Orkney waters.
"WindWEC: Combining Wind and Wave Energy Inspired by Hywind and Wavestar" to be presented at the Annual International Conference on Renewable Energy Research and Applications (ICRERA)
Elements of the DTOcean toolbox were explained at the international conference held in Bilbao, Spain.
"A Frequency-Depth Explicit Interaction Theory Formulation" to be presented at the Annual International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference (ISOPE)
DTOcean has held a full consortium meeting and discussions with the Scientific Advisory Board in Cork, Ireland.
Modelling and Control of Wave Energy Converters
Outputs from ETI marine energy project lead to new and improved certification and standards for tidal turbines and arrays
The international course on Marine Energy Technologies in the Netherlands will take place this March.
Sotenäs wave energy plant has started delivering power to the Nordic electricity grid following the connection of several buoys to wave energy converters.
The DCNS / OpenHydro tidal turbine was immersed successfully on Wednesday, January 20th, in waters about 40 meters deep.
Workshop on wave energy converter technology requirement specification and performance metrics
The first of two DCNS-built OpenHydro tidal turbines heads to array test site in France.
Mojo Maritime has led the installation of Tidal Energy Ltd’s DeltaStream device in Ramsey Sound, off Wales.
The Ocean Energy Forum working group presented its draft roadmap for the sector at Ocean Energy Europe 2015 in Dublin.
Henry Jeffries presented DTOcean in the session "Cost Reduction: A Supply Chain Story"
GeoSea: Use of jack-up vessels under extreme tidal conditions demonstrated.
The OpenHydro turbine could be deployed before the end of 2015
Tocardo Tidal Turbines opens 1.2MW Eastern Scheldt project in Dutch tide barrier.
Ushant supplied with power from tidal currents.
Sensitivity Analysis of WEC Array Layout Parameters Effect on the Power Performance
Henry Jeffries to present DTOcean in the session "Cost Reduction: A Supply Chain Story"
This report details the algorithms for implementation of the effects of array changes on device cost.
DTOcean has facilitated acces to its public deliverables through the release of a newsletter containing direct links to the documents.
The Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult has developed a ‘decision tree’ to help guide designers and developers towards the most cost effective marine energy array configuration.
"Portugal and France: A driving force on research and innovation in Marine Renewable Energies"
The UPV/EHU-University of the Basque Country has developed wave energy predictions for the Bay of Biscay by using a technique called random forests.
DTOcean partners have been spreading the word about progress within the project.
Kepler Energy is embarking on a funding round to develop a £143m, 30MW ‘tidal energy fence’ project in the Bristol Channel through the development phase and the planning process.
Australian developer Carnegie Wave Energy has established a base in Cornwall as it gears up for deployment of a 3MW array at Wave Hub in 2018.
French developer Sabella has suspended the last leg of the installation process of its tidal turbine and will bring in a new vessel to replace the MV Palembang.
The European Union’s assembly of regional and local representatives has adopted a report underlining the need to support wave and tidal energy to meet its future energy needs.
According to a new report from Navigant Research, the global submarine electricity transmission market is expected to grow from $16.8 billion in 2015 to $24.8 billion in 2024.
Energy research facilities joining forces to offer tank testing.
State-run R&D body Wave Energy Scotland has launched its second technology call with a search for novel wave energy converter devices.
Experts to look into breakthrough features to accelerate the success of wave energy projects – WETFEET Project
On the 05th and 06th of February 2015 a 1,5 day workshop of OES will take place at the Electricity Museum in Lisbon, Portugal. The workshop host is WavEC Offshore Renewables.