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The project partners were DNV GL, EDF, E.ON and the Universities of Edinburgh, Oxford, Manchester and Queens in Belfast


The project involved Alstom, E.ON, EDF, DNV GL, Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML), EMEC and the University of Edinburgh

Tidal Energy Converter - Phase One

Phase 1 of the project, launched in May 2012, was led by Atlantis Resources Corporation and project managed by Black & Veatch. The project drew on the systems integration and technology skills of Lockheed Martin, as well as many leading technology providers in the marine industry

Tidal Energy Convertor - Phase Two

Phase 2 of the ETI TEC project designed a foundation structure for turbines

Wave Energy Converter (WEC)

The Wave Energy Converter (WEC) System Demonstrator Project launched in February 2013 aimed to accelerate the development and commercialisation of WEC systems capable of being cost competitive with other generation forms.


Launched in October 2011 this project involved Black & Veatch, in collaboration with HR Wallingford and the University of Edinburgh to develop a model of the UK Continental Shelf, 100 times more accurate than existing marine data.

Wet-mate Connector

This project was led by MacArtney and set out to design, develop, assemble and test a low-cost high voltage generic Wet-mate connector

Industrial Doctorate Centre for Offshore Renewable Energy (IDCORE)

The Industrial Doctorate Centre for Offshore Renewable Energy (IDCORE) trains research engineers whose work in conjunction with sponsoring companies aims to accelerate the deployment of offshore wind, wave and tidal-current technologies. This is to help meet the UK’s ambitious renewable energy targets.


Insights into Wave Energy

  • Stuart Bradley
    Strategy Manager
  • 24 February 2015

Insights into Tidal energy

  • Stuart Bradley
    Strategy Manager
  • 24 February 2015


Insights into wave energy in the UK - Stuart Bradley

Insights into tidal stream energy in the UK - Stuart Bradley