Our Projects

FFIV

Low Carbon Installation Vessel for Floating Wind

Design and feasibility study of a new first-in-class low carbon installation vessel specifically for the complex installation requirements of the floating offshore wind market, funded by Innovate UK as part of the Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition Round 4 (CMDC4).

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The Future is Green

A collaborative project funded by the Shared Prosperity Fund, aiming to deliver a range of activities to upskill the labour force in Green Skills to support the future green economy and provide opportunities for individuals to access and progress within high quality, well-paid jobs.

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Celtic Offshore Mooring and Anchoring Centre

A collaborative project funded by the Shared Prosperity Fund, aiming to produce a detailed analysis considering all critical aspects for the delivery phase of an accredited offshore mooring and anchoring R&D Centre in Cornwall.

photo de l'éolienne offshore en Loire-Atlantique au large du Croisic.

Cornwall FLOW Commission

A collaborative project funded by the Shared Prosperity Fund, building on knowledge and experience gained from the Cornwall FLOW Accelerator. This will be a highly collaborative project, with stakeholders in Cornwall and across the south-west and Wales.

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PERMAGOV

A collaborative marine governance project, funded by UK Research and Innovation and the European Union, exploring how European marine governance is going to need to change to account for large developments at sea such as floating offshore wind farms.

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Pembrokeshire Demonstration Zone

Development of a low carbon solution connecting offshore renewable energy to our electricity network as a key part of the Pembroke Dock Marine project, funded by the Swansea Bay City Deal and the European Regional Development Fund.

Our second Floating LIDAR buoys being towed out of Falmouth Harbour by local marine contractor KML

Cornwall FLOW Accelerator

A collaborative research project funded by the European Regional Development Fund, that aimed to accelerate development and ensure that Cornwall maximizes its potential benefits from Floating Offshore Wind in the Celtic Sea.

Manned Aircraft carrying out survey work for the CFA project

Celtic Sea Power Data Hub

The data hub is a central portal for visualizing and accessing environmental data for Celtic Sea Floating Offshore Wind development. It includes GIS layered data showing climate, met ocean, seabirds, marine mammals, and other environmental factors.