News & Media

September 08, 2017
The front facade of Minesto's visitor centre at the offices in Holyhead, Wales.
Over the summer, the Minesto team in Wales has been strengthened with four new electrical and mechanical engineers, adding capacity and expertise to both the onshore and the offshore operations in Holyhead. “We are very pleased to welcome our new colleagues on board. These recruitments really boost... Read more »
September 01, 2017
The Minesto tent at the Anglesey Show 2017
A fortnight ago, we participated at the Anglesey Show, an annual two-day event held right in the middle of the Isle of Anglesey. Over 60,000 people visit the show over the two days, making it the biggest show of its kind in Wales. Taking part in the Anglesey Show is being part of the local... Read more »
August 29, 2017
Minesto's first wing in commercial scale to its unique renewable energy concept Deep Green
Minesto has taken delivery of the most distinguished part of the Deep Green ocean energy concept; the wing. It is the first one built for a Deep Green system in commercial scale. The wing was delivered to Minesto’s team in Holyhead, Wales, by truck from Southampton, where it has been manufactured... Read more »
August 23, 2017
Part of the front page of Welsh Goverment's National Resource Policy 2017. Photo credit: Welsh Goverment
Welsh Government has published its new Natural Resources Policy (NRP), highlighting renewable energy as a national priority for the management of Wales’ natural resources. The policy sets out three national priorities for the management of Wales’ natural resources which will drive delivery across... Read more »
August 15, 2017
Minesto has awarded Jones Bros Ruthin (Civil Engineering) Co Ltd the contract to construct the foundation for Minesto’s first commercial-scale tidal energy power plant. Due to the delivery time for the new foundation, the first installation in Holyhead Deep will be moved forward. “We are well...Read more »
Minesto has completed the procurement of a new foundation construction supplier, following the announcement by the previous contractor in July that it could no longer fulfil its commitments to the project. The new contract has been awarded to the Welsh outfit Jones Bros Ruthin (Civil Engineering)... Read more »
August 07, 2017
The latest edition of the Wave and Tidal Energy Network Magazine includes a Spotlight on Sweden feature; a good read about the marine energy industry in Sweden and how the advancement made by blue-and-yellow developers such as Minesto has turned Sweden into a “key player in Europe’s ocean energy... Read more »
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 »
July 04, 2017
Minesto has decided to engage a new supplier for the construction of a gravity-based structure (GBS) foundation for the company’s first Deep Green installation in Holyhead Deep, as a consequence of the discontinuation by current supplier Ocean Resource Ltd. “We have taken immediate actions to...Read more »
Ocean Resource Ltd, who was originally awarded the delivery of the GBS foundation for the first commercial-scale installation of Minesto’s marine energy power plant Deep Green, has informed Minesto that they can no longer meet their financial commitments to their subcontractors, leaving them unable... Read more »

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