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Ecosse IP Launches New Renewable Energy Tech

(MOWT), designed to generate energy from slow-moving water.The MOWT technology, patent-pending, was developed by EIP to provide a cost-effective method of generating energy from slow-moving water. MOWT is designed for use in rivers, estuaries and subsea current & tidal environments, offering an energy solution with minimal environmental impact.Currently, MOWT measures 5m long x 1m high, weighs less than 1 tonne, and can be fitted with an integrated battery pack and built-in Ambient lifting technology.  Modules can be added to MOWT to increase its size, and larger utility-scale MOWTs are planned


PLAT-I Operational in Nova Scotia

to develop effective methods of monitoring the environmental interactions of this new form of electricity generation, and will continue to do so as we advance our technology. Our objective is to provide coastal and island communities with a robust, reliable and environmentally benign renewable energy solution.’’Nova Scotia Energy and Mines Minister Derek Mombourquette said, “Tidal energy continues to develop and remains a significant opportunity for businesses and workers in Nova Scotia. This achievement strengthens our province’s position as a national leader in fighting

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Orca ESS Retrofit for Norwegian Research Vessel

environmental research vessel MS Johan Hjort.   Halvorsen Power System AS has selected Corvus Energy as the supplier of the lithium ion based energy storage system (ESS) for a retrofit of marine research vessel, MS Johan Hjort. Corvus will supply its recently released, next generation Orca Energy solution to provide power to the vessel for peak shaving, research operations and crew comfort.   Orca Energy is part of the recently announced Orca ESS product line from Corvus which is specifically designed for maritime applications.   “The selection of Orca Energy for this retrofit

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MTR 100: ASV

Houston, TX and Alexandria, VA. Plans are already in place to expand the company’s UK site; ASV are due to relocate to a 24,000 sq. ft. facility in Portchester in summer 2014. The Tech In early 2014, ASV commissioned the long endurance USV, C-Enduro. The concept centers on a three-pillar energy solution enabling the vehicle to be deployed at sea for up to 90 days. The three elements comprise solar panels, wind turbine and a lightweight diesel generator, together providing 100W of continuous payload power. This environmentally friendly power structure creates a sustainable source of data collection

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