Selected Projects


The SEASNAKE+ project main objective is to make a breakthrough in cable development for the Floating Wind industry, developing a new state-of-the-art technology in terms of reliability, sustainability, techno-economic and cost-competitiveness that addresses the coming challenges with large quantities of FOW to be deployed in our oceans in the near future.


SEASTAR – Sustainable European Advanced Subsea Tidal Array – marks a significant advancement in tidal energy; it will showcase industrial scale manufacturing, operation, and maintenance techniques for the first time. The project will do this throughout the entire lifecycle of the tidal farm; from design, production, shipping, deployment, and operation to decommissioning.

Nova Innonation

Energy yield optimisation analysis for 10 different layout configurations for the Erebus floating wind demonstration project.

Blue Gem Wind

The Support Infrastructure for Marine Renewables in Ireland (SIMREI) project uses evidence-based analysis to quantify the port infrastructure and work vessel capability needed to support the rollout of Ireland’s Marine Renewables industry and particularly the development of significant Floating Offshore Wind (FOW) capacity to meet the Irish 70% renewable electricity target in 2030 and to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050.

Rockall Research, MMCC Port Marine.
Celtic vs North Sea

An investigation into the benefits of developing offshore wind in the Celtic Sea in addition to the North Sea. The hypothesis tested is that diversification of development across Celtic Sea and North Sea will result in reduced overall variability in wind power output due to uncorrelated wind speeds in these locations.


FlexWEC™ for combined structural and hydrodynamic modelling software for new design and application of hybrid Fibre Reinforced Polymer (FRP). TEMPEST™ to analyse O&M design strategies and LCOE impact.

CorPower Ocean AB, Balmoral Comtec Ltd.