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Seatricity has completed installation of its next generation Oceanus 2 at Wave Hub 10 miles off the coast of Hayle. Marine operations were completed last week with the connection of Oceanus 2 to the 80t subsea reaction anchor. The device will remain at Wave Hub for the following months undergoing commissioning of the communications and …

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Severn Subsea Technologies (SST) has designed and manufactured a control and data acquisition system for the Oceanus 2 device that will be installed at Wave Hub this summer. The systems are mounted on the buoy and transmit via radio link to a shore-based location at the St Ives Coast Watch Facility. The unit can then …

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Seatricity has completed construction of its next generation Oceanus 2 at AP Falmouth. The wave energy converting device – a 10m diameter floating ring made from marine grade aluminium – will be the first device to be deployed for testing at Wave Hub, the offshore renewable energy test facility 10 miles off the coast of …

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Leading wave energy company Seatricity is to develop a 10MW array over the next two years at Wave Hub, the offshore renewable energy test facility in Cornwall.UK based Seatricity plans to deploy its second generation device at Wave Hub next year before building out to a full scale grid-connected array in 2015. Our first generation …

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The Oceanus 1 technology was developed from the initial prototypes in order to make improvements in both performance and cost for manufacture of multiple units. The basis of the design was also driven by the chosen installation site at the European Marine Energy Centre’s environmental conditions and infrastructure.

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Seatricity is proud that its patent covering the Oceanus sea water pump technology has been published and granted having been filed back in 2008. The patent covers the unique architecture and operation of the pump as part of a Wave Energy Converter system. The patents have been granted in the following terratories, including but not …

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The present technology derives from the design and testing of multiple device concepts carried out over a period of 5 years in Antigua. All of these designs were based on a taut mooring, buoy actuated principle and all were designed to be modular and capable of mass production. The design for the power take off …

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