Celebrating Collaboration Success on Renewables for Subsea Power

Industry representatives and project stakeholders gathered on 25th June at Verlume’s Operations Facility in Dyce, Aberdeen for a Renewables for Subsea Power (RSP) Technology Showcase event.

Celebrating a successful 13-month deployment in the UK North Sea, attendees were presented with the key achievements from the ground-breaking low carbon and communications project and also had the opportunity to see the key technology systems in-person as part of a guided tour around various technology stations:

• Verlume’s Halo subsea energy storage and intelligent energy management system.
• Mocean Energy’s Blue X wave energy converter.
• Transmark’s ARV-I Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) and AUV dock mounted onto the Halo basket.
• Baker Hughes’ Subsea Electronics Module.

The RSP project has been a fantastic example of a collaborative approach to delivering reliable low carbon power and communications to subsea assets and long-term underwater vehicle residency. Both the AUV dock and Subsea Electronics Module were 100% powered by renewable energy throughout the duration of the project.

Industry players mentioned above were involved in the project as well as support from Serica Energy, Harbour Energy, TotalEnergies, PTTEP and Shell – Marine Renewable Program and Net Zero Technology Centre.

Next steps for the project include ongoing discussions for commercial deployments of this solution in offshore applications across the world, such as long offsets, umbilical remediation, carbon capture and storage and decommissioning.

Location: Aberdeen, Scotland, UK

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