Related items: Oyster 800 project, Orkney


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    Successful cylinder removal marks start of Oyster 800 summer overhaul

    Wave energy company Aquamarine Power has successfully removed both cylinder modules from their Oyster 800 wave machine as part of a comprehensive summer refit – with the firm aiming to recommence Oyster power generation in the autumn.

    19 Jun 14

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    Aquamarine Power Starts Oyster Overhaul

    Wave energy company Aquamarine Power has successfully removed both cylinder modules from their Oyster 800 wave machine as part of a comprehensive summer refit – with the firm aiming to recommence Oyster power generation in the autumn.

    19 Jun 14

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  • Vacancy

    Site Manager

    The Site Manager is responsible for the effective operation of Aquamarine Power’s existing power plant and marine operations/maintenance facility in Orkney. He/she will be responsible for all operational and maintenance activities to ensure maximum availability and reliability of the technology, both offshore and onshore. The Site Manager will ensure that the installations run safely and take the necessary steps to ensure maximum uptime.

    26 Feb 14

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    Solar lasers, ocean power and volcanoes: unusual energy sources of the future

    Fossil fuels are going to run out. This much we know. No one is entirely certain when they will run out exactly, but we know it will happen eventually. So how will the world be powered when we can't rely anymore on fossil fuels? Why with volcanoes, waves, wet wood and solar power from space.

    13 Nov 13

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    Aquamarine Power steps up electricity production

    Aquamarine Power has announced initial electrical power production from its Oyster 800 wave energy convertor following the machine’s recent return to service.

    7 Nov 13

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    Oyster flexes its muscles

    Edinburgh device developer Aquamarine Power is ramping up power production from its reinvigorated Oyster 800 near-shore wave converter in Orkney sea trials. The company has notched up 6MWh over 60 hours of operations since the hinged contraption returned to service a fortnight ago, following a major programme of component upgrades.

    7 Nov 13

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    Holyrood opens wallet to wave leaders

    Leading wave device developers Aquamarine Power and Pelamis Wave Power are to receive grant award allocations from the Scottish government.

    17 Sep 13

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    Oyster coming out of shell

    Edinburgh wave developer Aquamarine Power has set out plans to replace faulty components on its Oyster 800 demonstrator after a spell of intermittent operations in Orkney.

    11 Jul 13

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