After years of observations in the renewable energy industry, we came to the conclusion that our innovative semi-submersible turbine technology is the most financially viable way to supply power to energy grid’s around the globe on a 24/7 basis.
The NEXUS is an augmented turbine system. A trimaran hull houses two improved VAWTs (vertical axis water turbines); an augmenter system to increase the current velocity; and a special power generation system located above the waterline housing (placing it out of the water environment). The NEXUS Turbine will float like a barge on top of the sea, where the current is the strongest.
The NEXUS is designed to be environmentally friendly. It’s anchored on sand-covered bottoms so it will not harm marine life or sensitive ecosystems. Other safety features, such as a front grate and slow moving turbine blades, further protect the marine environment.
Not visible or audible from shore, the NEXUS doesn’t impact coastal life. A true green powered machine, it produces energy much cheaper than solar or wind 24-hours a day regardless of wind or weather patterns and still emits zero carbon. After being in development for 3 years, the first prototype is now ready for construction.
Each turbine unit is equipped with an state-of-the-art monitoring system. Cameras are monitoring the interior as well as outside and under water. Navigational warning systems are onboard as required by marine laws and according to the coast guard instructions. Sensors are monitoring the movement of the sea and local weather conditions.
One NEXUS Ocean Unit has the potential to produce 1.2 Megawatts per hour – enough energy to power approximately 800 houses (based on the average U.S. household electricity consumption of 1000 kWh per month).