A North Devon clean energy development company who are looking to produce pure Hydrogen via electrolysis using existing and proposed wind and solar energy plants in the local area.
The UK's first fuel cell ferry operates in the historic Bristol Harbour. The Hydrogenesis has been a great success in demonstrating the versatility and durability of Auriga Energy's Hydrogen fuel cell systems in passenger carrying operations in a variety of environmental conditions.
It has delivered tangible marine pollution reduction and is currently in its 7th year of operation.
The Marine Business Technology Centre (MBTC) is the gateway for accessing comprehensive research and development support as well as cutting-edge facilities and expertise.
Providing services up to the leading edge of advanced marine technology development, the MBTC is supporting Devon-based SMEs through research, testing, proving and production.
Their world-leading researchers are committed to understanding all aspects of the marine environment - which is critical to our health and wellbeing.
They have an established reputation for working collaboratively with industry, policymakers and conservation agencies to deliver innovative solutions to real world problems.
The Victron product range includes sinewave inverters, sinewave inverters/chargers, battery chargers, DC/DC converters, transfer switches, battery monitors and more. Worldwide, Victron Energy has a strong, unrivalled reputation for technical innovation, reliability, and build quality and they form a central role in our power systems.
The SHiFT Method, created by Emily Penn, ocean advocate and eXXpedition Co-Founder, is designed to help people find their role in solving the world’s most pressing issues.
A journey of discovery to understand the crux of a problem and weigh up where we have the biggest opportunity to make an impact.