Seatricity - Wave Energy

Cornwall: +44 1326 352 362

[email protected]

Scotland: +44 1312 352 362

[email protected]

Seatricity is proud to annouce its newest recruit is former British Army Brigadier Andy Bristow. Andy will be providing strategic input into Seatricity’s plans for array projects whilst also being on the ground in Cornwall.

Read more

Everyone at Seatricity is very proud that along with our manufacturing partner A&P Falmouth

Read more

Seatricity is proud to support Cornwall’s Offshore Renewables Development Programme (ORDP), and has contributed to a promotional film entitled “Opportunities in Marine Renewables in the South West”. The film was given its premiere in front of Cornwall’s Marine Industry at a one day conference in Falmouth yesterday, playing host to experts in marine energy at …

Read more

Oceanus 2 is now in operation at Wave Hub producing pressurised water which is being remotely monitored for pressure and flow data, along with environmental parameters. This data, along with historical ocean conditions, will allow us to build up an accurate model of year round energy production of an array.

Read more

Steve Hardy has covered the installation of Oceanus 2 at Wave Hub on ITV West Country’s evening news slot. Bob Tillotson had an eventful day being interviewed in Falmouth by both ITV and BBC Spotlight whilst preparing for the departure of Oceanus 2 under tow by Seatricity’s installation vessel Ocean Enterprise. “It’ll be the first …

Read more

Pioneering wave energy developer Seatricity is celebrating the start of constructing its new Oceanus 2 device with leading marine fabricator A&P Falmouth following the highly successful testing of its Oceanus 1 prototypes.

Read more

Bob Tillotson has been interviewed by ITV West Country News following the announcement that Seatricity will take a berth at Wave Hub.   Please follow this link for the ITV website……..  

Read more

Seatricity has recieved a letter of congratulations from Neil Kermode Managing Director of the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) following commissioning trials of the Oceanus 1 test array at the Billia Croo site.

Read more

Following very severe winter stroms that have hit the EMEC Billia Croo wave test site with the full force of the North Atlantic, Seatricity’s diminutive wave energy conversion devices have proven their survivability mechanism. As can be seen in the above video, shot as the device was in a survivability test state, the floats of …

Read more

Seatricity has made a ground breaking move by commissioning its own installation vessel specifically for testing its Wave Energy technologies. In what is  believed to be an industry first the company has commissioned a specialist boat yard in Antigua to build a 15m aluminium catamaran entirely tailored towards the operations that will be required for …

Read more
Page 3 of 3123