marine energy

From the Sea to the Sun: Marines Eye Solar Power to Mitigate Emissions

December 4, 2012 by Antonio Pasolini

Photo credit: Office of Naval ResearchThe Office of Naval Research has announced a new program to mitigate its dependency on diesel to power its generators in combat outposts. Called Renewable Sustainable Expeditionary Power (RSEP), the program’s aim is to create a transportable renewable hybrid system that can provide Marines with...[read more]

UK Marine Energy Continues Aggressive Expansion

April 19, 2012 by Nino Marchetti

The British government has a launched a £20 million ($32 million) scheme to fund projects for groups of wave machines.The funding money is available for up to two pre-commercial projects and will allow the development of single device prototypes into a cluster of devices. The successful bids will test the operation of their...[read more]

In Marine Current Energy, Siemens Wants To Lead

November 7, 2011 by Big Gav

GreenBang reports that Siemens its expanding its presence in the ocean energy market - In marine current energy, Siemens wants to be 800-lb gorilla.There’s a lot of energy in the world’s oceans, and Siemens wants to play a big part in developing that power for our use.The Germany-based technology giant announced today that it’s taken on...[read more]