Quoceant will be attending the European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC) 2017 from 28th to the 31st of August.
This year’s conference will be held in the city of Cork, Ireland and hosted in the beautiful University College Cork campus. The European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC) series are international technical and scientific conferences, focused on ocean renewable energy and offering a high standard of academic and industrial contributions.
Quoceant win funding for Structural Materials and Manufacturing Process project from Wave Energy Scotland. A team led by Quoceant has been selected as one of ten successful projects to receive funding from Wave Energy Scotland (WES) under their Innovation call targeting the development of alternative materials and manufacturing processes for use in the wave energy sector. Quoceant's project will focus on the use of advanced concrete engineering for wave energy converters and
Control is an area of fundamental importance to any wave energy device, yet it is often not fully considered or understood by technology developers. At Quoceant we have world-leading expertise in the control of wave energy systems having developed the control system and novel hydraulic power-take-off concept successfully demonstrated in the Pelamis Wave Power converter. Quoceant is also applying its ideas and engineering expertise to a collaborative project with Artemis Intel
It’s a busy and exciting week for Quoceant this week. As part of our Novel Wave Energy Convertor technology project for Wave Energy Scotland we’re testing our Ectacti-Hull technology in the FloWave wave tank, throwing many different waves at the model and measuring how it behaves. Wave Energy Converters must be both robustly survivable and produce sufficient average yield to deliver attractive economic performance. Many different Wave Energy Converter (WEC) concepts, forms,
Quoceant and Artemis Intelligent Power have been successful in winning a contract from Wave Energy Scotland (WES) in their call for Power Take-Off projects. The collaborative project will integrate Artemis Digital Displacement® technology into the state of the art Power Take-off system that was previously demonstrated in the Pelamis wave energy converter by the Quoceant team. The new hybrid system will offer 4-quadrant power transmission across a very wide range of powers f