Climate change might be worse than thought after scientists find major mistake in water temperature readings

Global warming might be far worse than we thought, according to a new study. The research challenges the ways that researchers have worked out sea temperatures until now, meaning that they may be increasing quicker than previously suggested. The methodology widely used to understand sea temperatures in the scientific community may be based on a

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Marine eyes EU innovation fund

Marine trade body Ocean Energy Europe has welcomed the European Union’s decision to introduce a multi-billion euro R&D fund for low-carbon technologies for the period 2021-30. The Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) Innovation Fund will build on the NER300 programme which contributed €2.1bn to 38 renewables projects. Brussels has agreed to allocate 450m allowances to the

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Consortium to Deploy up to $47 Million to Advance Offshore Energy Tech

A consortium of five universities, working with 31 industrial and innovation partners, will deploy up to $47 million (GBP 36 million) of support to advance robotics and artificial intelligence technologies for the inspection, repair, maintenance and certification of offshore energy platforms and assets. The Edinburgh Centre for Robotics, a partnership between Heriot-Watt University and the

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Smart Energy Marketplace; a unique showcase of the emerging smart, decentralised energy system of the future – a radical shift in the way we power our lives that is creating huge opportunities. The largest energy event in the south west. This year Smart Energy Marketplace now in its second year, is the new name for the hugely

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