In response to this demand, Teledyne Energy Systems (TESI). developed the Subsea Supercharger (S2C) fuel cell based power delivery system. This energy storage and delivery solution enables untethered power to subsea ocean infrastructure, autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) recharging stations, and resident remotely operated vehicles (ROVs).
Swift Anchors has developed the next-generation, remotely operated rock anchor installation system AROV2. This will be used to install anchors for Sustainable Marine’s Pempa’q Project in Nova Scotia, Canada —the world’s largest floating tidal array.
An ingenious floating wind energy converter, the Gyro Turbine, has been developed by Prof. Friedrich Grimm from the RES-Institute in Germany. This novel turbine uses the mass inertia caused by gyro forces to stabilise the turbine aroudn the vertical axis of rotation
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