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March 06, 2017
Minesto’s warrant program TO1 is now completed with 91 percent of outstanding warrants being exercised. This means that Minesto will add approximately 75 SEK million in proceeds to the further development of the unique tidal energy technology Deep Green.Read more »
The subscription period of the warrants "Minest TO1" issued in connection with Minesto’s IPO in November 2015 ran 1–28 February, 2017. In total, 11,931,743 new shares were subscribed, corresponding to a subscription rate of 90,7 percent. This means that Minesto will add a total of 75,2 SEK million... Read more »
February 24, 2017
Swedish-based companies Minesto and Stena Line engage in a joint project to invest in Wales’ transition to renewable energy. Stena Line will build an assembly hall in Holyhead, which Minesto will utilise in their upcoming rollout of the company's unique technology to generate clean electricity...Read more »
Minesto and Stena Line have today signed an agreement in which Stena Line has committed to building an assembly hall on their land at the port in Holyhead, Wales. The assembly hall will be leased to Minesto and used for the upcoming rollout of Deep Green, Minesto’s unique technology for cost-... Read more »
February 15, 2017
The logotype of Marine Energy Wales.
Industry body Marine Energy Wales has today issued a comment on our planned expansion of the Holyhead Deep project from 10 to 80 MW installed capacity. David Jones, Project Director of Marine Energy Wales said: “It is really exciting that there is now an active industry in Wales looking at tidal... Read more »
February 09, 2017
Illustration of a future Deep Green array in Holyhead Deep, Wales.
Leading marine energy developer Minesto has today announced that the company intends to expand the commercial roll-out of its Deep Green technology in Holyhead Deep, North Wales by taking steps to increase the planned installed capacity of its tidal energy array to 80 MW. “This substantial scale-up...Read more »
Minesto has today submitted a scoping report to UK consenting authorities Marine Management Organisation (MMO) and Natural Resources Wales (NRW), asking for their scoping opinion for development of an 80 MW site in Holyhead Deep. After extensive preparatory work, Minesto has concluded that such a... Read more »

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