Wave Energy Scotland is taking an innovative approach to supporting the development of wave technology by managing the most extensive technology programme of its kind
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Nine Orkney marine energy businesses are taking part in a major industry event in London today (23 February).
With support from Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) and Orkney Islands Council (OIC) the firms are attending the Renewable UK Wave and Tidal 2017 conference and exhibition.
Leading wave energy development body, Wave Energy Scotland (WES), is seeking to appoint three new members to its Advisory Group.
HIE contributes £420,000 to support the company’s innovative development for engineering solutions.
Ten wave energy development projects have been awarded a total of £3 million by Wave Energy Scotland.
Plans for a multi-million pound research and innovation campus in Stromness in Orkney are set to go ahead after the two organisations behind the venture agreed funding for the project.