About DTOceanPlus

CorPower C3 & Green Isle

Description

The Ocean Energy Roadmap states that ocean energy could meet 10% of the EU power demand by 2050. Europe’s seas and oceans could therefore play an important role in addressing one of the EU’s biggest current challenges.

Pico Wave Plant in Azores with waves

Objectives

The overarching objective of the DTOceanPlus project is to develop and demonstrate an open source, integrated suite of 2nd generation design tools for ocean energy technologies including sub-systems, energy capture devices and arrays. These tools will support the entire technology innovation process, from concept, through to development, to deployment.

Scale prototype Digital Displacement® pump motor

Exploitable results

DTOceanPlus project will provide advanced design tools for ocean energy systems innovation, development and deployment.

DTOcean was a European collaborative project funded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme for Research and Development. DTOcean aimed at accelerating the industrial development of ocean energy power generation knowledge, and providing design tools for deploying the first generation of wave and tidal energy converter arrays.

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