about Renewable Devices Marine


Renewable Devices Marine Lts is part of the Renewables Devices group of engineering companies.  We are a multi-disciplinary team of talented engineers, passionate about the design of innovative and sustainable renewable energy technologies.  Through our companies and the work of our charity, Renewable Devices Charitable Trust, we have designed, manufactured and offered expert advise on sustainable engineering design and renewable energy technologies throughout the world for over 16 years.

Our team of engineers work across the full scope of mechanical and electrical design, and have been awarded an array of international awards for the design quality, beauty and environmental sustainability of our products.  With a vast experience in renewable energy projects, our core team have been working together for over 16 years, and are committed to providing large scale and accessible renewable energy technology.  Since our inception in 2002, our projects have significantly reduced global CO2 emissions, making a positive environmental impact across the UK, Europe, North America, Asia, Africa and Australasia.


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The Capricorn Marine Turbine brings together world class innovation and our proven engineering track record in renewable energy product development, to deliver the world's lowest cost and most environmentally sensitive marine energy.


Renewable Devices Marine Ltd

AeroMarine House,  15 Roslin Glen,  Roslin Country Park,  Roslin,  EH25 9PX,  Midlothian,  UK

Tel:   +44 (0)131 448 0660          Fax:   +44 (0)131 440 3094          Email:   info@capricornmarine.com.com

© 2014 Renewable Devices Marine Ltd

news


June, 2016          Capricorn sea trials covered by The Scotsman:

Article from The Scotsman on Capricorn sea trials.


June, 2016          Capricorn sea trials covered by The Courier:

Article from The Courier on Capricorn turbine deployment.


November, 2015          Sea Technology Magazine article:

Sea Technology cover the Capricorn Marine Turbine.


July, 2015          Tidal Today Magazine cover the Capricorn blade technology:

Cost of tidal energy sliced - Tidal Today article.