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Cornwall IFCA names new chief

Cornwall IFCA names new chief

Sam Davis has been appointed as the new chief officer at the Cornwall Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority (IFCA).…

Cornish role in Concordia recovery

Cornish role in Concordia recovery

As the wreck of the Costa Concordia completed its final voyage, the Cornish company that helped install the giant undersea platform enabling the stricken ship's recovery declared the project one…

Marine funding available

Marine funding available

Marine companies in Cornwall have the chance to apply for substantial capital growth funding if they complete an eligibility survey by the end of July.…

New wave power sites approved

New wave power sites approved

A ‘wave and tidal current demonstration zone’ is being established off the coast of north Cornwall.…

New marine energy partnership

New marine energy partnership

A collaboration agreement outlining a commitment to work together in the marine energy sector has been signed by organisations in the south west and Pembrokeshire.…

Project to preserve maritime skills

Project to preserve maritime skills

Cornish marine businesses, colleges and job seekers are set to benefit from a new EU-funded project that will help preserve traditional boat building skills in the Duchy.…

A&P completes renewables project

A&P completes renewables project

A&P Falmouth has completed its second major renewables project, after leading wave energy firm Seatricity’s next generation Oceanus 2 device left the docks on Saturday for Wave Hub.…

Pendennis completes major work

Pendennis completes major work

Phase one of major development work has been completed at Pendennis Shipyard in Falmouth.…

New funding for marine sector

New funding for marine sector

Cornwall Marine Network (CMN) has secured £1.85 million of Government funding to support business growth and create jobs in the marine sector.…

New global HQ for LDD

New global HQ for LDD

A global marine drilling company is expanding into new £3.3 million headquarters on the Tolvaddon Energy Park.…

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