We are incredibly fortunate to work in cooperation with such valued organisations. By focusing each of our capabilities we can ensure optimum results.
Wilkie Engineering became a shareholder of Oasis Marine in 2021 and are responsible for the manufacturer of the Power Buoy. They bring with them 45 years’ experience in specialist engineering, machining, and fabrication.
We are thrilled to have them on board to deliver the quality engineering and dependable skilled workmanship they have proved over the years. Wilkie Engineering also shares our aspirations for creating a new generation of products that will reduce carbon emissions and have longevity in the marine sector.
Verlume is a specialist in intelligent energy management and storage technologies for the energy industry. The company offers a suite of products and services across the underwater, offshore and onshore sectors, helping clients to reduce carbon footprint and decarbonise operations.
Verlume’s flagship Halo technology is a scalable, modular battery energy storage system with integrated intelligent energy management, specifically developed for clean energy delivery in the demanding underwater environment.
Oasis Marine and Verlume are exploring an intelligent infield recharging concept which combines the Power Buoy technology with Verlume’s Halo device, to enable fully electric wind farm operations.
Dunelm Energy Ltd
Dunelm Energy provides advice and assistance to organisations seeking change within the energy industry. They provide support to Oasis Marine with their vast industry knowledge, strategic advice, and connections.
Logan Energy Ltd (LEL)
We have partnered with Logan Energy in the delivery of our Hydrogen Offshore Transport System, the Oasis Hydrogen Buoy. LEL have been at the forefront of developments in the hydrogen and fuel cell sector for over 25 years and are one of the UK's leading hydrogen system manufacturers. They have extensive experience and a proven track record, specialising in the design, optimisation, and delivery of hydrogen projects involving everything from green hydrogen production through to refuelling and fuel cell integrations. Logan Energy will be designing the hydrogen system required for the Oasis Hydrogen Buoy.
CENEX (Centre of Excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies) operates as an independent, not-for-profit research & technology organisation (RTO) and consultancy, focusing on low emission transport & associated energy infrastructure. Cenex has over 15 years’ experience in delivering hydrogen transport and infrastructure projects across the UK and Europe, specialising in R&D, market research and demonstration projects. Cenex led on the feasibility study for the UK's first hydrogen ferry in Bristol and are currently supporting the Aberdeen City Council hydrogen vehicle trials and refuelling infrastructure project as well the EU's hydrogen vehicle and taxi trials.
As part of this project Cenex will be conducting an initial market scoping study, business case analysis and creating a technology demonstration plan for the next phase of developing the Oasis Hydrogen Buoy.
Funding awarded by
Maritime Research and Innovation UK
MarRI-UK are a collaborative innovation vehicle for UK industry and academia to jointly tackle innovation and technology challenges. They focus on research and innovation within mid TRL (3 – 7) levels to address the opportunities between "discovery and research" and "commercialisation" of Maritime Technologies and Systems. In 2020, we were delighted to be awarded a grant through MarRI-UK Technology and Innovation in UK Maritime Call, which was funded by the Department for Transport, to develop an offshore charging solution for electric and hybrid CTV’s, the Oasis Power Buoy.
Innovate UK is the UK's innovation agency, driving productivity and economic growth by supporting businesses to develop and realise the potential of new ideas. Our parent company Jebb Smith Ltd is leading a project to develop a hydrogen offshore transfer system (HOTS), the Oasis Hydrogen Buoy. This project has been awarded funding as part of the Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition (CMDC), funded by the Department for Transport and delivered by Innovate UK, which supports the development of innovative technology to have zero emission ships operating commercially by 2025.