CoRMaT Tidal Turbine
 

Green Renewable Energy, powered by the sea

Nautricity develops technical solutions to generate electricity from current flows which occur naturally in the world's oceans, seas, and estuaries.

 

Renewable Energy: Powered by the sea, harnessed by Nautricity

 

The forces generated by the gravitational attraction of the moon and the sun's movements relative to the earth produce strong marine tidal flows. These tidal flows are locally concentrated by landmasses creating 'hotspots' with strong tidal currents. These marine currents represent a vast renewable energy resource.

Nautricity aims to meet the challenge of harvesting this resource to provide commercially competitive electricity while having a positive impact on our environment.

Nautricity's second generation tidal device, the CoRMaT contra-rotating tidal generator has been designed from first principles to meet this challenge. CoRMaT has successfully completed its proof of concept testing and has generated electricity at sea. The device is now being deployed at full commercial scale.

Nautricity now offers commercial scale CoRMaT devices suitable for a wide range of project sizes, and is seeking and investigating opportunities to develop commercial tidal generation.

Nautricity's wholly owned subsidiary, Argyll Tidal, has secured a marine lease covering a tidal 'hot spot' off The Mull of Kintyre, in the West of Scotland. Environmental studies and detailed engineering planning are under way, together with the construction of an electrical link to the UK grid. First power from the site is targetted for 2015.

Our CoRMaT device can be seen in action on our YouTube channel below.

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