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Sabella engages Open Ocean’s current analysis services

According to Open Ocean, Metocean Analytics simplifies and accelerates the search and analysis process for potential sites thanks to a large catalogue of currents, waves and wind data, coupled with statistical tools analyzing precisely the locations of interest, and an editing tool providing reports on-demand.

Sabella’s decision to hire Open Ocean follows its recent deployment of 1 MW D10 tidal turbine in Fromveur Passage, off Ushant island, France.

The company now plans to focus on the commercialization of its tidal technology, international expansion and exploration of new potential sites around the world for their tidal energy projects.

Jerome Cuny, Co-founder of Open Ocean, said: “Metocean Analytics will help Sabella save time in implementing its projects, and reduce its costs. It will enable the company to explore new markets all over the world. The swift statistical calculations and the easily accessible data make of Metocean Analytics a disruptive offer that will support many companies in working faster and better.”

As reported earlier, Sabella signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Indonesian companies PLP and MEINDO to develop ocean current energy in Indonesia for remote areas of the country. The turbines to be deployed in Indonesia will be of 100 kW to 2.5 MW in capacity, according to Sabella.

Jean-Christophe Allo, Project Manager at Sabella, said: “Metocean Analytics enables us to quickly obtain key information to spot potential sites, to guide our potential clients in their investment decisions and to promptly focus on the most suitable and relevant sites for the energy model we are promoting.”

Open Ocean is a Paris-based company with research and development center in Brest.

Its team specializes in high resolution numerical modeling, statistical analysis and data mining, and offers services for the marine renewable energy.

Image: Sabella

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