In collaboration with Wave Energy Scotland, The University of Edinburgh's Policy and Innovation Group has released their UK Ocean Energy Review 2019. The report is an expansion of the UK chapter of the IEA-OES Annual Report 2019 and summarises the progress of wave, tidal stream and tidal range technology, markets and policy achieved by the UK in the last year.
The report outlines the UK’s current supporting policies for ocean energy, and associated strategy at national and regional levels. A comprehensive summary of current and planned deployment of UK projects at UK test centres and demonstration zones accompanies an update on sector progress from research and development at key institutions. In addition to this, the report provides an update on key public funding programs. Finally, the report concludes with a summary of relevant national events held in the UK last year and the ones that are expected to be held this year.
This work was led by University of Edinburgh team member Shovana Talukdar, with support from Henry Jeffrey. Leading organisations like Scottish Government, European Marine Energy Centre, Orbital Marine Power, Nova Innovation, Marine Energy Wales, Morlais Energy, SIMEC Atlantis Energy, Mocean and many more, contributed in producing this report.
To download the report, click here.