Seatricity - Wave Energy

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Seatricity Scotland remains a separate company from Seatricity Ltd based in Cornwall.  Nevertheless, as a service, we have been asked to publish Seatricity Scotland’s plans for potential decommissioning of legacy infrastructure at EMEC’s Billia Croo test site.  It should be emphasised that these plans are to fulfil Seatricity Scotland’s obligations to DECC and Marine Scotland. …

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It hardly seems possible that a month has already passed since we deployed the Oceanus 2 to its berth at Wave Hub.  The time has flown by as we have begun our progressive trials régime to prove the capabilities of the device. The headline news is very positive. Like the waves, there have certainly been …

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One week down and the Oceanus trial is going well.  As previously reported, the Oceanus 2 has demonstrated its capacity to self-start and initial signs are highly positive.  The commissioning process continues and we are now calibrating sensors and beginning the deliberate trial process.  Our progress with more detailed trials will however need to fit …

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Following successful installation of the Oceanus 2 to its berth at WaveHub, the device was left with minimal internal pressure pending an opportunity for us to catch up on some sleep.  Not so the Oceanus!  The National Coastwatch Institute lookout station at St Ives have kindly allowed us to install a shore-station for the radio …

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At 22:45hrs on 17th May 2016, UK based Seatricity Ltd’s Oceanus 2 Wave Energy Convertor was safely installed at its berth within Cornwall’s Wave Hub Test Site to begin the next step of the journey of bringing UK based commercially viable use of clean wave energy to produce power and fresh water for the world …

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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.

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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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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 …

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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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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 …

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