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September 30, 2016
On Thursday, the Welsh European Funding Office announced the news that more than £16m of EU funds will be invested in two North Wales projects . Almost £12m will support Bangor University’s SEACAMS 2 project, which aims to expand Wales’ marine energy sector over the next four years. Dr Martin... Read more »
September 05, 2016
Dr Martin Edlund, CEO of leading tidal energy developer Minesto, has joined the Swedish Business Delegation that will attend the 32nd Taiwan-Sweden Joint Business Council Meeting in Taipei on 26 September 2016. The delegation will be led by the State Secretary to the Swedish Minister for EU Affairs...Read more »
The Taiwan-Sweden Joint Business Council meeting is an important platform for business contacts and intergovernmental relations, to explore business opportunities between Taiwan and Sweden. This year’s meeting will address the theme on Smart Cities & Living and one of the focus areas is... Read more »
September 02, 2016
There has been a great couple of weeks in terms of media publicity for Minesto. Two weeks ago we were in a segment on the emerging Swedish ocean energy sector reported by the financial news on Swedish Radio. And last night we upped the ante and went on the news of national television broadcaster... Read more »
July 07, 2016
Leading Swedish tidal energy developer Minesto, together with industry and academia partners, have been granted research funds totalling SEK 5.7 million by the Swedish Energy Agency. “The decision is a clear sign of confidence from the Swedish Energy Agency in Minesto’s ability to realise the Deep...Read more »
Minesto’s patented technology Deep Green is the only proven marine power plant that can extract energy from low-velocity tidal and ocean currents in a cost-effective way. The concept has been developed over nearly a decade and for the last three years quarter scale ocean testing is ongoing outside... Read more »
July 07, 2016
On Tuesday, Minesto attended the opening of the Marine Centre Wales at Bangor University’s School of Ocean Sciences. The Centre was officially opened by the Prince of Wales, and Minesto got the opportunity to present its Deep Green tidal energy concept to the Prince. “He seemed genuinely very... Read more »

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