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MHK Projects/40MW Lewis project +Aquamarine Power is developing its first commercial 40MW Oyster wave farm off the north-west coast of Lewis in Scotland. The company was granted an exclusive option on the site by UK seabed owner The Crown Estate in May 2011.  +
MHK Projects/ADM 3 +1/4 scale model  +
MHK Projects/ADM 4 +Shore based PTO test  +
MHK Projects/ADM 5 +Framework 7 program of the European Union  +
MHK Projects/AHERC 5kW deployment +UAF-AHERC will deploy a 5kW New Energy Vertical Axis turbine in summers 2014 and 2015 behind its "research debris diversion platform"  +
MHK Projects/AW Energy EMEC +AW Energy successfully demonstrated a 1:3 scale prototype device at EMEC (European Marine Energy Center) in both calm and rough winter conditions. Bottom wave velocity measurements were taken concurrently using a Doppler device.  +
MHK Projects/Agucadoura +On September 23, 2008, Aguçadoura went online. The 3 unit wave park is a joint venture with 77% owned by a group of three promoters comprising global specialist asset manager, Babcock & Brown, Energias de Portugal (EDP) and Efacec and Pelamis Wave Power Ltd. who hold the remaining 23%. The second phase of the project will be to manufacture and install a further 25 machines and bring the installed capacity up to 21MW. The generators are located approximately 3 miles off the coast.  +
MHK Projects/Akwanga Nigeria SHP +Smart Hydro Power is installing thirteen additional kinetic water turbines in Nigeria. The installation of these thirteen new turbines is planned for the first half of 2014 and will right away provide continuous clean energy for each local community. More importantly, the presence of the turbines will not harm the environment.  +
MHK Projects/Alaska 18 +Installed, generating and putting power into the grid. These scaled trials will continue through 2012  +
MHK Projects/Amity Point +Amity Point,the northern most settlement on North Stradbroke Island, Australia, has been under investigation by Tidal Energy researchers for several years. Although the flow velocities have never been measured, local residents have reported flows of up to 4m/s. Amity Point is suitable for DHV Turbine technology due to fast current flows close to shore; already a grid connected area so power can be fed directly into the grid; the depth of the channel would allow reasonably large turbines to be installed; and desalination could also be co-located. The Griffith University Gold Coast Campus Centre for Coastal Management will investigate the flows late in 2008 for suitability for a DHV Turbine.  +
MHK Projects/BioSTREAM Pilot Plant +Siting/Planning complete, permitting near complete, Site design and engineering near complete. Project on hold.  +
MHK Projects/Bluemill Sound +As of October 2006, Delta Marine and their Swedish-owned partners Seapower Scotland have been testing the EXIM tidal turbine in the Bluemill Sound, UK.  +
MHK Projects/Bonnybrook Wastewater Facility Project 1 +The first grant from the National Research Council-Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP) was for a small technical study to prove the EnCurrent scalable turbine could be used in restricted-flow or ultra-low head applications. The outflow of the City of Calgary's Bonnybrook waste treatment plant was used for the study, and the test proved the device was functional. The EnCurrent equipment has since been removed.  +
MHK Projects/Bonnybrook Wastewater Facility Project 2 +New Energy Corporation is conducting a follow on project to its 2006 Bonny Brook Project. This project has two EnCurrent turbines deployed.  +
MHK Projects/Brough Head Wave Farm +Aquamarine Power is also developing Brough Head Wave Farm off the coast of Orkney in Scotland as a joint venture partnership with major utility SSE Renewables. The partnership was awarded an exclusive option on the site in March 2010 by UK seabed owner The Crown Estate.  +
MHK Projects/C Energy +Following successful 1:10 scale model tank testing at NaREC in 2004 and IFREMER in 2007, Ecofys decided to proceed with conducting sea trials. A complete 1:2 scale installation is being constructed in the Netherlands and will be launched in the sea in April 2009 in Westerschelde, just south of Borsele. This device is used for extensive monitoring and testing, and gives important input to the development of the next generation plants.  +
MHK Projects/CETO La Reunion +The Réunion Island project is the first Joint Venture (JV) project between Carnegie and EDF Energies Nouvelles under the terms of their CETO Power JV and licence agreement. The project will initially consist of the deployment of a single, autonomous commercial scale unit (stage 1) which will be followed by a 2MW plant (stage 2) and a further expansion of the project to a nominal 15MW installed capacity (stage 3). Stage 1 of the project is well advanced with deployment of the single, stand-alone unit due in Q2 2012. Stage 1 has been awarded $5M of French Government funding.  +
MHK Projects/CETO Precommercial Pilot Project +The complete CETO 2 prototype unit was deployed in January 2008 and has performed as expected in the wave regime present since then. The deployment of the first complete CETO 2 prototype follows on from the previously announced successful onshore testing period during December 2007 and from in-sea design validation trials.  +
MHK Projects/CETO3 Garden Island +The commercial scale CETO3 unit underwent extensive testing in open ocean waters and a depth of 25m off Garden Island, Western Australia. The single, stand-alone CETO unit experienced a range of sea states including 1m to 4.6m wave heights. The pump stroked its full range of displacement through to 3m and was successfully dampened at high loads. The pump also produced hydraulic pressures in excess of 90bar which is more than that required for reverse osmosis desalination Frazer-Nash has verified that the CETO 3 unit has a peak rated hydraulic power capacity of 203 kW, with an expected tolerance range of +25% and - 40%. This corresponds with the peak power output that the CETO 3 unit would deliver in an ocean environment such as the south west coast of Australia. In an Atlantic wave environment, such as the west coast of Ireland, Frazer-Nash has also confirmed a peak rated capacity of 182kW within the same tolerance range.  +
MHK Projects/Clarence Strait Tidal Energy Project +Tenax Energy’s tidal energy project in the Northern Territory has the following aims: • Establish a tropical tidal research and testing facility in the Darwin area, supported by a 10MW pilot project, as a cornerstone of innovation and knowledge in the tidal energy sector by 2015 • Construct a world-leading 100MW+ tidal power station by 2020, expanding to 456MW mid-century.  +
MHK Projects/Contra Rotating Marine Turbine CoRMaT +The University of Strathclyde is currently conducting a series of in-sea tests on temporary moorings to prove installation/recovery, novel rotor performance, power generation and control.  +
MHK Projects/Coos Bay OPT Wave Park +Optimum operation is achieved in 130 to 197 foot (40 to 60 meters) water depths, which are found typically at distances of 0.5 to 5 miles (0.8 to 8 km) from the shore. The wave power station will consist of an array of PowerBuoys connected electrically in parallel to an underwater power cable which transports the energy to the shore. The arrays are arranged in two to five rows which are nominally parallel to the shore. The PowerBuoys are moored to the ocean floor and are capable of being serviced in-situ or removed for inshore servicing. The proposed site has the potential of producing 100 MW or more of electric power. It is anticipated that the proposed project may eventually consist of up to 200 PowerBuoys. The total size of the project area is approximately 5 miles long (8,000 meters) by 984 feet wide (300 meters). The project area consists of four array clusters separated by three transit lanes. Each of the four array clusters consists of 50 PowerBuoys. Each array cluster is approximately 5,577 feet long (1,700 meters) by 984 feet wide (300 meters). The transit lanes are designed to allow vessels to transit between each array cluster. Each of the transit lanes are 1,312 feet (400 meters) in the north-south direction by 984 feet (300 meters) in the east-west direction. Each of the four array cluster will be arranged in three rows, which each row being oriented generally in the north-south direction and parallel to the shoreline. The center row of each array cluster will consist of 16 PowerBuoys, while the outer two rows will consist of 17 PowerBuoys in each row.  +
MHK Projects/Coos County Offshore Wave Energy Power Plant +The Coos County project is planned as a 100 MW wave park. Finavera Renewables has received Preliminary Permit approval for this project from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Finavera Renewables has been granted a preliminary permit, which allows for further site assessment and 'micro siting' to determine the best location for the proposed wave park. Studies to be conducted include, oceanographic conditions, marine mammal resources, shoreline conditions, public safety, fishing uses, and others.  +
MHK Projects/Cornwall Ontario River Energy CORE +Through the Cornwall Ontario River Energy (CORE) Project, Verdant Power Canada will generate clean sustainable energy from the St. Lawrence River near Cornwall, ON. The CORE Project has two main phases: Phase 1 pilot demonstration of a gravity-base mounted KHPS turbine system in the river environment; Phase 2 commercial field buildout.  +
MHK Projects/Cornwall Wave Hub +Oceanlinx has signed Letter of Intent with South West of England Regional Development Agency (SWRDA) for a 5 MW facility as part of the Cornwall Wave Hub.  +