Breakthroughs in critical systems and connections

Improving PTOs, mooring foundations, and other critical systems and connections is essential to the success of marine renewables devices. In this session, several innovative solutions that reduce costs, optimise system loads or minimise risks will be introduced.

TUESDAY, 18 October 16:00 -17:30 room 4-5

Yago Torre-Enciso, Technical Director
BiMEP (Spain)

Testing the TfI SeaSpring, a potential route to lower cost moorings for marine energy devices
Phillip Thies, Professor
University of Exeter (UK)

Quick and safe cable to platform connection in real environment
Ibon Larrea, Chief Technical Officer
Ditrel Industrial (Spain)

Drilled Rock Anchor Development and Certification
Nick Cresswell, Engineering Manager
Sustainable Marine (UK)

Design and installation of anchors for floating renewable energy – recent developments
Roderick Ruinen, Director
Mooreast Europe B.V. (The Netherlands)

Implementing innovation: design, manufacture and testing of the azimuthal multi-translator switched reluctance machine
Marcos Lafoz-Pastor, Ph.D Electric Engineer
CIEMAT (Centro de Investigaciones Energéticas, Medioambientales y Tecnológicas). (Spain)

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