WaveRoller to generate energy at new project in Portugal
WaveRoller taps the unused ocean energy resource that is readily available also for many locations where other renewable energy sources cannot be fully utilized due to limited available on-shore area or other considerations.
Increased understanding of loads endured by the WaveRoller solution
AW-Energy and Queen's University Belfast joined forces in 2017 on a half-a-year collaboration to develop the WaveRoller solution further. The project, which ended in January 2018, concentrated on recording the loads of different WaveRoller components, mainly the foundation and the panel.
First phase of guidance notes for drones and UAS launched
New guidance approach supports industry in the safe and effective deployment of next generation drone and unmanned aircraft systems technology that can significantly improve productivity gains through reducing risk exposure, survey times and in-service inspection costs of offshore, marine and onshore infrastructure.
Global certification framework for metal 3D printed parts
Lloyd's Register has launched its goal-based additive manufacturing guidance notes to industry, giving operators and manufacturers in the energy and marine industries confidence in metallic equipment and components produced using additive manufacturing.
New advanced hybrid CNG ferry
A new ferry, named Texelstroom is being built for Dutch ferry operator TESO and will run between Texel Island and the Holland mainland.
Goodwolfe Energy is an international supplier of Lithium Ion (LiFePO4 and NMC) battery solutions and energy products to a variety of industries, offering both a standard range of battery modules and also developing bespoke solutions for customers.
Progress with energy harvesting buoy
Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) is a renewable energy company specializing in offshore wave power technology. OPT's PowerBuoy system extracts the natural energy in ocean waves and converts it to useable power.