Mojo Maritime on point for DeltaStream

Mojo Maritime has led the installation of Tidal Energy Ltd’s DeltaStream device in Ramsey Sound, off Wales.

Mojo Maritime developed the installation plan and managed the specialist services required to complete the works in the challenging tidal streams experienced in the region, Mojo’s press release reads.

This included dynamic positioning (DP2) vessel operations, remotely operated vehicles, hydrographic survey, heavy lift, cable operations and marine project management.

Richard Parkinson, Managing Director of Mojo Maritime, said: “The deployment of DeltaStream marks a significant achievement for all involved and Mojo is delighted to have been able to support the Tidal Energy team in reaching this important milestone.”

Tidal Energy Ltd’s 400 kW DeltaStream demonstration device was loaded off the quayside in Pembroke Port on December 13, by the offshore construction vessel ‘Siem Daya 1’ before making the short passage to Ramsey Sound for installation during a suitable tidal window.

Mojo Maritime, part of James Fisher and Sons, specialises in project management, engineering and consultancy services for the marine renewable energy industry.