Oneka Technologies, a Canadian startup, is revolutionizing sustainable water management with its wave-powered desalination technology.
Following a competitive tendering process, Meteor Communications has been awarded a four-year contract by the Environment Agency to significantly expand their estate of low-power remote image collection cameras.
Irish wave energy developer, OceanEnergy, has signed up to demonstrate its OE35 floating wave energy converter at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Orkney, Scotland.
Renexia, part of TOTO Holding, has awarded Fugro a survey contract for the Med Wind floating wind farm in the Strait of Sicily, one of the biggest renewable energy projects planned for the Mediterranean Sea, with 190 floating turbines for an installed capacity of 2.8 GW.
Environmental technology firm Pollution Solution has today unveiled their new ground-breaking in-road solution for capturing dangerous pollutants from vehicles which has been scientifically tested and verified to reduce roadside exposure to humans by 91%.
The new regulatory framework (Energy Efficiency eXisting ship Index - EEXI) around CO2 emissions for existing shipping come into force in January 2023 and many ship owners are now considering how to meet these through either operational changes or technical alterations.
Carrie Hall, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Illinois Institute of Technology, has been awarded a prestigious 2022–2023 Fulbright United States Scholar Award that will allow her to travel to the United Kingdom to collaborate with researchers at Lancaster University on a project focused on harvesting wave energy as a renewable energy source.
At the beginning of September 2020, high heat, severe winds, and extended drought conditions resulted in the volatile growth of wildfires ahead of the western slopes of the Cascades Mountains in the Pacific Northwest. The fires engulfed huge tracts of destroyed communities, and forestland took tons of lives, and cost hundreds of millions to fight.
Thanks to new funding from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (US), the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute (US), and the Marine Biological Association (UK) will be working together with NOAA to better understand the health of an area of ocean known as the Mid-Atlantic Bight and how it has changed over time, influencing policy and conservation efforts of these endangered whales.
According to researchers, Russia possesses significant potential for utilizing renewable resources since they are almost distributed equally across the country.