2nd February 2017
VETT presented as a case study, an example of tidal power that could reduce the impact on fish mortality.
24th January 2017
VerdErg presents to Oxford University doctoral students as part of InFoMM Industrial Enrichment Programme
16th January 2017
VETT included as a technology solution for hydroelectricity in rivers
15th November 2016
VerdErg Renewable Energy attends the British Hydropower Association’s annual conference in Glasgow.
1st September 2016
VerdErg teaches STEM workshop at the Year 10 Careers Taster Day at The Ellen Wilkinson School for Girls, Acton UK.
22nd June 2016
VerdErg presents results of Phase II fish trials and Energy Catalyst feasibility study at HR Wallingford’s Exchange Forum
26th May 2016
VerdErg showcases latest environmental research on safe fish passage through VETT at HR Wallingford
18th May 2016
VerdErg presents Energy Catalyst project for bi-directional VETT at Innovate UK and DECC’s joint Innovation Showcase at 2016 All Energy Conference
18th November 2015
VerdErg completes mini-project collaboration with PhD student at Oxford University’s Centre for Doctoral Training in Industrially Focused Mathematical Modelling
27th May 2015
VerdErg presents VETT at All Energy 2015 at the SECC in Glasgow
VerdErg Renewable Energy has been awarded Energy Catalyst funding to develop VETT for tidal applications
12th May 2015
VerdErg has successfully secured funding to conduct a technical feasibility study to further develop the bi-directional VETT for tidal applications.
14th November 2014
VerdErg gives talk on how hydropower devices and fish can co-exist in rivers using VETT as a case study
4th November 2014
VerdErg presents VETT at the 5th International Conference on Ocean Energy in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
28th October 2014
VerdErg presents the latest VETT news and developments at the 2014 BHA Annual conference in Glasgow, Scotland
1st October 2014
VerdErg gives talk to Year 11 students for Tolworth Girls’ School Women in Science Day
7th July 2014
VerdErg moves to new office premises in Kingston-upon-Thames
10th April 2014
VerdErg Renewable Energy showcases the Coaxial VETT generating power at BHR Group, Cranfield
9th September 2013
Article in the North-West Evening Mail
31st July 2013
Article in Tidelines issue 38 Spring/Summer 2013
4th June 2013
Article in the Imperial Engineer - Issue 18 Spring 2013.
11th March 2013
Bridge Across Solway Could Revolutionise Energy Supply - In Cumbria Article
11th March 2013
Green Energy Scheme to Span Solway Firth - News & Star Article
7th March 2013
VerdErg Renewable Energy Ltd has been selected to present the Spectral Marine Energy Converter at Clean Equity Monaco 2013
6th March 2013
SMEC technology features in Zillion International.
7th February 2013
VerdErg and BHR presented to parliamentary and water industry delegates how a British SME and a British RTO collaborate to provide a product which will be exported for benefit of British economy.
21st November 2012
VerdErg successfully installed their first prototype SMEC in a spillway in Dalston, Cumbria. The prototype successfully achieved the same efficiencies and performance indicators in the field as in the lab which was independently verified by Lloyds Registry.
VerdErg attended Towards A Living North Sea conference in Gateshead
14th November 2012
VerdErg attended Towards A Living North Sea conference in Gateshead. The conference gave insight to the importance of fish migration and the challenges that are faced to ensure that SMEC installations are environmentally sensitive
19th April 2012
The Clean and Cool Mission 2012 is a competition-led trade mission set up to identify 16 of the UK's most dynamic cleantech companies ready to do business in the US and overseas.
10th April 2012
Article by Richard Tyler in The Telegraph of VerdErg's SMEC prototype installation at River Caldew in Dalston
9th April 2012
Article by Richard Tyler in The Telegraph of VerdErg’s SMEC prototype installation at River Caldew in Dalston
Highlights of the Clean and Cool Mission 2012
31st March 2012
Peter Robert talks about Clean and Cool Mission 2012 and the future of VerdErg.
5th March 2012
The immediate effect of DECC's proposals regarding the future of FiTs for hydropower is not alarming and should allow hydro development to progress. However, there are long-term implications.
10th February 2012
The objective of the Stream Map is to create a Roadmap for the future of the small hydropower sector with a view of the 20% targets set in the Renewable Energy Sources (RES) Directive
12th January 2012
The end of 2011 brought three consultations on proposed re-banding of Renewable Obligation Certificates (ROCs) by central and devolved UK administrations.
22nd December 2011
In 2011, the Angling Trust mounted four campaigns against UK hydropower.
VerdErg attend BHA 2011 annual conference
2nd November 2011
VerdErg present SMEC at the 2011 BHA 'Out of the Blue' Conference in Glasgow
VerdErg attends the Okeanos 3rd annual international seminar
6th October 2011
VerdErg present SMEC to the members of the Okeanos group and UK NGO's at the 3rd annual international seminar held in Cardiff
27th January 2011
VerdErg scooped the prestigious Natural Energy Rushlight Award 2010.
VerdErg takes part in DECC's Severn Embryonic Technology Scheme
11th November 2009
The Severn Embryonic Technologies Scheme (SETS) was set up in 2009 as a fund to support new Severn tidal power technologies, which were not developed technically enough for more detailed analysis, but which offered the potential for less impact on the natural environment than conventional barrages and lagoons.