NeoDyne and INSB Class visits the MUSICA project

It was a great pleasure to host NeoDyne and INSB Class at the Fluid Mechanics Lab at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Malta where we are developing on our next energy storage prototype, as part of the H2020 project MUSICA.

The prototype shall eventually be integrated in a multi-use offshore platform to be deployed in Greece to produce electricity and fresh water using renewable power from the wind and waves.

Great thanks to Iain Duane and Wilian Faust for their hard work in designing the electrical system and implementing the autonomous control for the prototype. We would also like to express our sincere gratitude to Evangelos Papakonstantinou from INSB for his continuous guidance to ensure our prototype design and testing procedures follow establish standards in the maritime industry.

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