News & Media

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 »
May 09, 2017
The Marine Energy Wales 2017 film is now here. Including highlights from the conference that was arranged in March, this 4-minute film features our CEO Martin Edlund along with other conference delegates, bringing forward reasons why Wales is becoming a global leader in the marine energy industry.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 »
April 19, 2017
In late March, we participated at the French marine energy conference Seanergy 2017 in Normandy. Here is a short interview with our CEO Dr Martin Edlund from the conference.Read more »
April 19, 2017
Picture of the South Stack lighthouse on Holy Island, off which the Holyhead Deep is located.
Leading tidal energy developer Minesto has taken yet another important step towards commercialisation of its unique Deep Green technology in Welsh tidal streams, as the company has received marine license for a 0.5MW installation in Holyhead Deep.Read more »
Consenting authority Natural Resources Wales has approved a marine licence application by Minesto for the installation and operation of a 0.5MW Deep Green power plant in Holyhead Deep off the coast of Anglesey. A marine license is required for all kind of offshore construction work and deposits in... Read more »
April 10, 2017
Last week the inaugural Marine Energy Wales (MEW) Conference was held in Swansea. The aim of trade body MEW is to create a thriving and diverse sustainable marine energy industry which will make a significant contribution to UK’s low carbon economy. The conference continues the tradition of the... Read more »

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