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July 07, 2017
We wish you all a safe, sunny and sustainable summer! Vacation times are upon us but our offices are manned all summer. Contact details are found here .Read more »
July 05, 2017
Study visit by EU project Maestrale at Minesto's headquarters in July, 2017
Today, we had the pleasure of hosting a study visit from members of the Maestrale project, part of the Interreg MED Programme , which aims to lay the basis for a Maritime Energy Deployment Strategy in the Mediterranean. The delegation – comprised of representatives from Southern Europe energy... Read more »
June 16, 2017
On Wednesday, we had an Open Day event at the visitor centre part of our facilities on Market Street in Holyhead. Some 90 people, including school children from the local schools St. Marys and Holyhead High School, took the opportunity to come by during the day and get an update on Minesto and the... Read more »
May 22, 2017
Earlier this month, we were visited by a film crew from Euronews as they wanted to make a TV documentary report on the Deep Green technology and the work being carried out in the PowerKite project . Euronews, a 24-hour information network, is the most-watched news channel in Europe. Over the course... Read more »
May 22, 2017
Since the first Deep Green installation in Holyhead Deep will not be connected to the grid, we will use a Micro Grid System (MGS) to handle electricity produced by the power plant. MJR Power & Automation, an UK-based specialist with extensive experience of designing and building electrical,... Read more »
May 09, 2017
This week, we are attending the All-Energy conference in Glasgow, the UK’s largest renewable energy event. Our CEO Martin Edlund is invited as speaker and he will be talking about the cost-efficiency potential of operating in low-flow current environments, in a session called Returning to Tidal... Read more »
April 21, 2017
Photo of the North Wales Chronicle's first page, featuring Minesto's Deep Green and and article on Holyhead Deep
In yesterday's edition of the North Wales Chronicle, in an article reporting on the news that Minesto has recieved a Marine License for the first installation in Holyhead Deep, Ynys Môn MP Albert Owen commented the recent progress and was quoted saying: "This is exciting news for Anglesey and a... Read more »

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