Monthly Archives: June 2024

MPS signs agreement with Associated British Ports to support the deployment of floating offshore wind in the Celtic Sea

To coincide with the start of Renewable UK’s Global Offshore Wind trade show in Manchester, Associated British Ports (ABP), the UK’s largest and leading ports operator has announced a new collaboration with Marine Power Systems (MPS), a Wales based floating wind technology developer to accelerate the advancement of floating offshore wind technology in the Celtic[…]

MPS contribute to Quoceant’s Offshore Wind Growth Partnership (OWGP) project to accelerate Q-Connect

Marine Power Systems (MPS) are to join forces with Quoceant on their OWGP project to accelerate their Q-Connect technology into the floating offshore wind market. Quoceant have been developing marine quick connection systems, both for mooring and electrical connections, for many years and gaining experience of their operation in both wave and tidal applications. Q-Connect[…]

Industrial collaboration led by MPS awarded £1m to develop strip steel floating offshore wind platforms

A Wales-centred industrial collaboration, led by Swansea-based Marine Power Systems, has been awarded nearly £1 million of innovation funding. The project is to develop the use of low CO2 steels from Tata Steel’s Port Talbot site to build platforms for floating offshore wind structures and strengthen local supply chains. The Launchpad project is a collaboration[…]