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Reference Number ETI-MA1010
Title Tidal Energy Converter (TEC) Phase 2
Status Completed
Energy Categories RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES(Ocean Energy) 100%;
Research Types Applied Research and Development 75%;
Final stage Development and Demonstration 25%;
Science and Technology Fields ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) 25%;
ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (Mechanical, Aeronautical and Manufacturing Engineering) 75%;
UKERC Cross Cutting Characterisation Not Cross-cutting 100%
Principal Investigator Project Contact
No email address given
Atlantis Resources Corporation
Award Type Institute Project
Funding Source ETI
Start Date 22 August 2014
End Date 28 June 2019
Duration 58 months
Total Grant Value £7,500,000
Industrial Sectors
Region London
Programme Marine
Investigators Principal Investigator Project Contact , Atlantis Resources Corporation (100.000%)
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Abstract Phase two of the ETI Tidal Energy Converter (TEC) project will see two Atlantis owned 1.5MW commercial tidal energy turbines installed on an innovative foundation structure designed and built as part of the project. This will take place at the MeyGen site in Scotland and increase the number of turbines at the site from four to six, increasing the rated capacity of the tidal array from 6MW to 9MW (enough to power 4,500 local homes). Atlantis are developing a patent-pending innovative and cost effective multi-turbine foundation design as a result of the work they undertook in the first phase of the project - a total system lifecycle cost of energy methodology to identify tidal energy system technologies capable of significantly reducing the cost of energy being deployed at array scale
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