Evopod™ is a semi-submerged, floating, tethered tidal 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.
Oceanflow have attracted a £300,000 package of support to further develop and commercialise its second generation tidal energy device, Evopod
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Oceanflow Development Limited is delighted to have secured a 7 year lease from The Crown Estate on an area of seabed in Sanda Sound, South Kintyre. The lease will allow Oceanflow to deploy and test its Evopod™ floating tethered tidal stream turbine at the site from 2013.
Alex Salmond, Scotland's First Minister, viewed Oceanflow's mono-turbine E35 when opened TRESTA – The Renewable Energy Skills Training Academy. TRESTA is based within the premises of Steel Engineering's Renfrew facility where Oceanflow's E35 unit is under construction.
Oceanflow Development has awarded the contract to fabricate and assemble the first community scale grid connected version of its floating tethered tidal turbine to Steel Engineering in Renfrew.
Oceanflow moved a step closer to delivering a community scale tidal power project in Scotland today after reaching an Agreement for Lease with The Crown Estate for a test site in Sanda Sound, South Kintyre.
On the 6th of March 2011 Evopod™ successfully exported electricity to the shore via our innovative midwater buoy solution and fed power into the grid for the first time.
UK Deputy PM Nick Clegg, discussed the award winning Evopod™ technology with us during his recent visit to the North East.
Oceanflow has been awarded just over £500,000 to build and deploy a 35kW Evopod™.