Utility scale electric power from ocean currents.
Aquantis Turbines are a breakthrough in marine renewable energy technology, which converts the kinetic energy of either gyre or tidal ocean currents to electric power for submarine transmission to the land-based power grid.
HIGH EFFICIENCY & RESILIENT
The turbines operate at high efficiency, generating clean, predictable utility-scale electricity and integrate well with proven power generating technology using a stable spar buoy vessel, moored to anchors on the seabed, giving resiliency to the structure in extreme sea states.
The markets for Aquantis turbine arrays are in geographic regions with steady near-shore ocean currents, where the connection is to electric power grids serving large coastal populations. Such zones may be found on all seven continents.
The marine hydrokinetic (MHK) energy sector is now emerging and its potential is vast.
THE GULF STREAM
Running up the Coast from Florida to North Carolina, the Gulf Stream offers America a vast strategic renewable energy resource, in close proximity to large population clusters, where coal fired power plants and coal mines are shutting down, and the displaced workforce can move ahead to quality jobs in marine energy.
RELIABLE, CLEAN ENERGY FOR ALL
Large ocean circulation patterns, also known as gyre currents, along with tidal (periodic) currents, are the marine energy resources in which Aquantis turbines can operate to generate reliable, 24/7 electric power.