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manufacturers - Marine Energy Equipment
AXYS Technologies Inc.
AXYS Technologies Inc. (AXYS) designs, manufactures, distributes and maintains remote environmental data acquisition, processing, and telemetry systems.
30 year same location wetsuit and surfboard manufacture, studied solar energy Santa Claira University, golden west collage,fiberglass fabrication Cerritos college, inventor of worlds first solar powered surfboard, retail sales of solar panels and equiptment
Effect Ships International AS
Effect Ships International AS, located in Sandefjord, Norway is the owner and developer of the Air Supported Vessel (ASV) technology, suitable for most kinds of vessels and ships. Under development in EU funded project BB GREEN the first Zero emission fast commuter ferry ( 30 knots +) operating on battery power. Additional high efficiency ASV hulls on demand.
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Hunan shinestar steel group
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Morgan Thermal Ceramics
Morgan Thermal Ceramics is a world leader in the design and manufacture of advanced heat insulation products which are used to help reduce energy consumption in a range of industrial processes, from iron and steel production to power generation. Key products include Superwool® the leading low bio-persistent insulating fibre, insulating firebricks (IFBs) and a range of monolithic materials. The business employs some 3,000 people in more than 50 locations worldwide, with manufacturing sites in 25
Ocean Flow Energy Ltd
Ocean Flow Energy Limited is the developer of the Evopod turbine for generating power when placed in tidal streams, estauries and rivers. Evopod is a semi-submerged, floating, tethered energy capture device. It uses a simple but effective mooring system that allows the free floating device to maintain optimum heading into the tidal stream or river current. A prototype has been tested in the sea since 2008 and the company is currently developing a 20kW and 100kW unit for client projects.
A new alternative energy solution has come from where it is least expected – a luxury mega yacht company. Paracas Yachts has patented hydro-electric regeneration technology that utilizes the sails of a large vessel to actively generate very large quantities of electrical power. The physics behind this technology is simple. As the mega yacht is moving at full speed via its sails, the captain can press a switch and harness the momentum in two specially designed hydro-electric turbines in the mega
ABSTRACT Once it is planned to extract offshore energy, then it is wise to explore all available offshore renewable energies and devise a system for maximum energy extraction and utilization of the respective sea surface area. This leads to installing a Coordinated Offshore Energy Extraction system as shown in Figure-8 to extract energy from the following offshore renewable energy sources: I. Wave Energy Extraction where Potential and Kinetic energies are extracted. a. Potential Energy is extracted using Buoyant Floats to directly drive fluid pumps or electric generators. b. Kinetic Energy is extracted using water turbines installed below lowest instantaneous sea level at the wave Lee Side to directly drive fluid pumps or electric generators to extract energy from the Lee side of the wave. c. The small quantity of fluid at high head is collected and fed into a Closed Circuit turbo generator. d. The electric power generated by the Closed Circuit turbo generators is 3-phase AC using variable speed Isosync. Generators; connected in parallel and fed to an offshore step up transformer for power transmission to the shore. II. Tidal Energy is extracted by means of water turbines driving a fluid pump or electric generator. III. Wind Energy using medium size wind turbines (1.5MW), and transferring the torque from the Nacelle at the top of the WT support to the electric generator installed at a dry deck. Suitable for Offshore and Land installation. IV. Solar Energy using the roof of the offshore "Construction Unit" to install PV cells where DC current is generated and fed to a common bus and inverted to AC voltage and fed to a step up transformer. V. Deep Sea Cold Water for use as Air Conditioning medium (SWAC). Injecting compressed air into the top section of a deep water pipe develops a positive head at the cold water intake at 800m below MSL and forces the cold water up the pipe where it is de-aerated and pumped as cold water to Air Handling Units. VI. A "Construction Unit" fixed and anchored to the sea bed provides a dry deck and enclosed space for all equipment needed for the COEE system.