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Researchers at Gavin & Doherty Geosolutions (GDG) and University College Cork (UCC) have deployed an Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) to obtain ocean current data from a location of interest in the Irish Sea. This survey is part of a collaboration between Selkie Work Package...

Last week, the SELKIE project were delighted to have been involved in the Destination Renewables Session at Pembrokeshire College, ‘An Introduction to Marine Renewable Energy and Floating Offshore Wind’.  Destination Renewables is a new pioneering programme preparing students for the future renewables’ jobs market.To raise...

The Selkie Project, funded through the European regional Development fund, Ireland & Wales Cooperation Programme, are delighted to have had their first tidal energy technology developer, Tidal Flyer, complete a funded week’s tank testing at LiR, National Ocean Test facility (NOTF), Ireland’s primary facility for...

If you are a newcomer to the SELKIE project you might have gleaned from our website that the project has been working towards delivering a series of open-source tools to catalyse the development to commercialisation of marine energy devices, with a focus towards tidal and...

Previous Next Last Week, The Selkie Project held its third Annual General Meeting. Workpackage leads from both Irish and Welsh partners assembled at the MaREI Centre, The Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Energy, Climate and Marine, coordinated by the Environmental Research Institute (ERI) at University College...