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Phase II VETT Fish Testing Programme

Phase II VETT Fish Testing Programme

In February and March 2016, VerdErg Renewable Energy completed a second fish testing programme, in collaboration with Fishtek Consulting Ltd to acquire further audited experimental evidence of VETT’s safe fish passage.
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Exploration of Bi-directional VETT configuration

Exploration of Bi-directional VETT configuration

In April 2015, VerdErg was awarded funding by Innovate UK through the Energy Catalyst programme to further explore and evaluate the potential and technical feasibility of VETT for tidal applications.
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Coaxial VETT Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Study

Coaxial VETT Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Study

In February 2014 VerdErg Renewable Energy commissioned ARUP to undertake a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis on the coaxial VETT with the aim of recreating the results from the laboratory trials.
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Coaxial VETT Laboratory Trials

Coaxial VETT Laboratory Trials

In December 2013 VerdErg Renewable Energy completed hydrodynamic testing of the new VETT configuration at BHR Group in Cranfield which was successful in demonstrating a much improved efficiency from the previous testing programme.
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VETT Fish Testing Programme

VETT Fish Testing Programme

Live fish trials were carried out in May 2013 at the Vis Advies facilities in The Netherlands. Third party verification was conducted by Dr. Billy Sinclair from the University of Cumbria and funded by the Technology Strategy Board’s Innovation Voucher Scheme.
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TSB SMEC Proof on Concept - Prototype

TSB SMEC Proof on Concept - Prototype

In April 2011 VerdErg Renewable Energy was awarded a grant from the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) to test a full scale SMEC prototype at the Cowens Ltd facility located at Ellers Mill, Dalston.
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Severn Embryonic Technology Scheme (SETS)

Severn Embryonic Technology Scheme (SETS)

In January 2009 Ministers announced the creation of a Cross-Government fund for developing schemes incorporating embryonic technologies which may offer the potential for less impact than conventional technologies on the natural environment of the Severn Estuary.
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