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The world’s oceans are vast and complex, providing opportunities and challenges for marine scientists, commercial industry, and government agencies. New technologies and study methods are changing the way the we view and use our oceans, and more data is being collected at sea than ever before. One of the greatest challenges for marine users are the costs and availability of vessels and crews, as well as difficult and dangerous weather and sea state conditions. These factors have led to tremendous growth in the use of unmanned vehicles and sensors to patrol the ocean and collect data with limited or no human interaction.
In 2015, ORPC secured a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy to assess the feasibility of a pitching foil design for ORPC’s turbine generator unit (TGU), enabling an innovative self-propelled deployment and retrieval system for cross-flow hydrokinetic turbines.
In collaboration with project partners, ORPC is pursuing the commercialization of a small-scale autonomous TGU for distributed subsea power supply at rated capacities ranging from 400 W to 20 kW, and providing capabilities in long-distance, high endurance offshore operations such as unmanned vehicle recharging and sensor network support.
01 Dec. 2018
Alaskan tribe applies for tidal power license
30 Nov. 2018
ORPC partners with Alaska village Igiugig to submit FER
06 Nov. 2018
Ernest Moniz, Former US Dept of Energy Secretary
29 Oct. 2018
DNV GL grants ORPC seal of approval
02 Oct. 2018
Monty Worthington at Anchorage Museum-REAP Energy Speak
26 Oct. 2018
DNV GL Issues Statement of Feasibility to ORPC for Seco
08 Mar. 2018
La filiale d'ORPC se prépare à la croissa
08 Mar. 2018
ORPC Subsidiary Prepares for Growth and New Opportuniti
15 Jan. 2018
ORPC Gears Up for Growth and New Opportunities: Company
22 Dec. 2017
Happy Holidays from ORPC