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November 05, 2018
· Finance Secretary sets out marine energy ambition for Wales at OEE2018 · Wanted: Engineers who want to join the climate change fight · European Commission and Bill Gates’ Breakthrough Energy launch €100m clean energy investment fund · Minesto features on national television newsRead more »
Finance Secretary sets out marine energy ambition for Wales at OEE2018 Europe's and the world's leading ocean energy developers gathered in Edinburgh for the annual Ocean Energy Europe (OEE) conference this week. OEE is one of the most important events on Europe’s ocean energy calendar, providing... Read more »
November 02, 2018
Minesto is looking for engineers to join us on our journey to build a more sustainable future. Are you or do you know someone that is inspired by the challenges involved with moving technology frontiers forward? We have four vacancies with location in Gothenburg. Read more about the vacancies here... Read more »
September 17, 2018
Minesto's technology is presented during a Technical tour at AWTEC 2018.
· EU ocean energy support discussed at Nordic tech event in Brussels · DNV GL: Renewable energy investments to triple by 2050 · ”AWTEC 2018 highlights the importance of marine energy in Asia” · Minesto features in Dagens Industri · The naming of a world’s-first kite · Minesto kite unveiling...Read more »
EU ocean energy support discussed at Nordic tech event in Brussels On Thursday, Minesto participated at an event arranged by Ocean Energy Sweden and Ocean Energy Europe in Brussels, where Nordic technology developers together with European Commission officials discussed opportunities and challenges... Read more »
September 04, 2018
Louise Marsden, Minesto and Iwan and Elsie with family, winners of the kite naming competetion at the Unveiling Event of Minesto's first utility-scale device in Holyhead, Wales.
Over the last year and a half, we have asked children at different events we’ve held or participated in around Anglesey to come up with a name for our first Deep Green marine energy kite at utility scale – the DG500 device. We have had a lot of great suggestions such as Sea Glider, Green Charger,... Read more »
August 30, 2018
Minesto's CEO Dr Martin Edlund and Mr Albert Owen MP at the Unveiling Event of Minesto's first utility-scale device in Holyhead, Wales.
Key stakeholders and local suppliers are joining Minesto in Holyhead today for an unveiling ceremony of the company’s first marine energy kite at utility scale.Read more »
“We are celebrating what Minesto have achieved in Anglesey over the last few years. The demonstration of our unique technology in the Holyhead Deep is a first-of-its-kind project that represents a substantial milestone for Minesto and the marine energy industry in Wales”, said Dr Martin Edlund, CEO... Read more »
August 30, 2018
Today we have published the Half-Year Report for Minesto AB. The report is available, in Swedish only, at the Investor Relations section of the website .Read more »
August 14, 2018
Marine energy developer Minesto has completed the initial commissioning sea trials of its unique subsea kite technology called Deep Green off the coast of Holyhead, North West Wales. Through the initial trials, a range of functionalities such as the kite control system, launch and recovery systems...Read more »
The results of the initial commissioning tests have been analysed and the main conclusion is that Minesto’s DG500 marine energy kite, which produces renewable energy from tidal streams and ocean currents, is ready to commence “flying” full subsea trajectories. Commenting on the progress, Minesto’s... Read more »
July 02, 2018
Minesto's marine energy converter DG500 undergoes sea trails in Holyhead Harbour, Nort West Wales. Photo: Minesto
Marine energy developer Minesto has initiated the commissioning program of its first tidal energy project in commercial scale in North West Wales, with initial sea trials of the company’s DG500 tidal energy converter taking place in Holyhead harbour and the Holyhead Deep site.Read more »
“The activities in Holyhead are progressing well and we are pleased to have moved on to the commissioning phase of the DG500 project”, said Minesto’s Chief Operating Officer David Collier. “The commissioning vessels are chartered, and the kite is in the water. We are now performing some initial... Read more »

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