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EcoSeed 2012 Top 5 Water stories for 2012

012 has been an exciting year for the low-carbon economy where several turning points that both advanced and slowed down the sector happened, shaping the future of renewable energy. When we talk about hydropower – generating power from the movement of water – we’re usually referring to the use of hydroelectric dams, however, hydropower can also mean the emerging fields of wave and tidal power. Using the movement of the...

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Eastern Nile Subsidiary Action Program (ENSAP): Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan have made significant strides in strengthening Eastern Nile cooperation since the launch of the Eastern Nile Subsidiary Action Program in 1999, within the framework of the Nile Basin Initiative. In launching ENSAP, the Eastern Nile Council of Ministers (ENCOM) agreed to ensure efficient water management and optimal use of resources,...

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Guest Post: Download Case Study: Profit from opportunities in hydro power

In developed countries, such as the US, hydro power has been in existence for over 130 years, and makes up two-thirds of the nation’s renewable electricity supply. But what about developing nations such as Africa? From our 2012 Power & Electricity World Africa event, Thomas Miti from New Generation Ventures gave a case study on his Kafue Gorge Lower Hydro Electric Power Project. Download the Case Study here...

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EMEC to help Taiwan develop marine energy test center

The European Marine Energy Center Ltd. – the world’s first and only accredited wave and tidal test center – will be developing a marine energy test center for Taiwan. During the inaugural Asian Wave and Tidal energy Conference on Jeju Island, South Korea, EMEC’s commercial director Richard Morris announced that a memorandum of understanding was already in place between EMEC and the National Taiwan Ocean University,...

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Chinese-Australian alliance to bring ocean wave energy system to commercialization

Chinese industrial group Shanghai Electric Power Generation Group and Australian ocean energy company BioPower Systems are forming a strategic alliance for the commercialization of an ocean wave energy system. “This alliance, between BioPower Systems and what is one of the largest diversified equipment manufacturing groups in China, intends to enable development of the “BioWAVE” to a commercial stage...

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Wave energy company looking for partners for India

Israeli wave power company, SDE Energy signed a cooperation agreement with a major Indian automobile manufacturer for the construction of wave power generation plants along the coast of India. SDE uses a set of buoys set upon a breakwater where they can be moved up and down with the motion of the waves. The motion generates hydraulic pressure which is transformed into electricity. SDE is now working...

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Marine power: Energy from the world’s oceans

Renewable energy is often dominated in the discussions by solar, wind and biomass. While they already have a wide fan base, yet another promising emerging technology is marine power. Marine power is a renewable source classified as “third-generation,” or those that need further research and development efforts in order for them to make large contributions to the global energy mix. According to analyst Global Information, Inc.,

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Israeli, British researchers devise novel system to predict wave power

A team of Israeli and British researchers have discovered that energy generated from the oceans can improve twofold through innovative methods that can predict wave power. The researchers from Tel Aviv University in Israel and the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom targeted point absorbers or floating devices with components that move relative to each other in response to wave action.

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Scotland announces new funding for marine renewables

Scotland announced a new round of funding of £7.9 million ($12.5 million) for the development and testing of new wave and tidal prototypes around the country’s seas. The funding is the second round of the Wave and Tidal Energy: Research, Development & Demonstration Support fund – called the Waters Fund – which enables Scottish developers and supply chain firms to increase their chances toward the international marine energy market.

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Scotland to deploy world’s first community-owned tidal turbine

A first-of-its-kind community-owned tidal turbine is expected to be deployed on the coast of Scotland by 2013, said Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond. Scottish firms Steel Engineering and Nova Innovation will deliver the 30-kilowatt hydroelectric generator, the Nova-30, which will be installed in the Bluemull Sound between the islands of Yell and Unst.

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