Their combined service offering will enable start-up, mid-scale, full-scale technology companies or project developers to apply experienced support to deliver their technical solutions.
“Designing robust and efficient marine energy extraction technologies is a difficult task. There are many interesting concepts, but finding the right companies with the historical legacy to support it, can be tough,” says Abbie Badcock, Business Development Manager at IT Power.
She adds, “We are in a fortunate position to have been designing and offering technical support to the marine energy industry from the very beginning – since 1991. It’s all about the design and really understanding the marine environment these technologies are expected to operate within. Wind energy design skills.”
As many companies look towards the Wind energy sector for answers, applying that knowledge to marine energy technologies offers a lot of positives.
“Being able to apply our research to practical projects is beneficial to the marine energy industry, as well as to our scientists!” Bard adds. “We’re thrilled to be partnering with IT Power to provide a combined approach to our customers wanting technical design assistance, project design support or market entry advice, and we look forward to a long and fruitful partnership together.”
The two organisations will be showcasing their combined services this week during the 4th International Conference on Ocean Energy in Dublin from 17th-19th October. IT Power was founded in 1981 and started our marine energy work in 1991, developing the world’s first commercial scale tidal energy device, Seaflow for Marine Current Turbines...For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2012/10/prweb10009511.htm