Report urges greater funding for Irish marine renewables

'The WaveRider Buoy, currently deployed to measure marine energy resources at the Atlantic Marine Energy Test Site (AMETS) off the coast of Ireland

A recent report by Ireland''s Marine Renewables Industry Association (MRIA) concludes that marine energy could be ''mainstream'' in Europe by 2050 - and supply up to 100 GW of power. It also argues that there is now a need for a comprehensive funding plan to enable Ireland and other ...

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