Marine Current Turbines is focused on the development of the first tidal array projects in the UK located at carefully selected sites that will deliver a good commercial return for project investors. A number of sites suitable for the SeaGen technology have been identified and initial work has already been undertaken in developing projects at these locations.

MCT is focussed on the supply of the technology to projects as well as coordinating maintenance during operation. Project-specific companies have been established for each of the sites to act as the developer with the intention being that investors in the Special Purchase Vehicle (SPV) companies will take the projects forward.

MCT has an agreement in place to supply SeaGen devices for the Minas Basin Pulp & Power site at FORCE in the Bay of Fundy. Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) is Canada’s leading research centre for in-stream tidal energy, located in the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia.

MCT is in discussions with a number of other project developers regarding other tidal sites around the world.

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Marine Current Turbines, a Siemens business awarded £1 million from Regional Growth Fund

10 April 2014
Today, Bristol based Marine Current Turbines (MCT), a Siemens business hosted a visit by Edward Davey, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change to celebrate its success in receiving funding from the Regional Growth Fund (RGF) for research and development into innovative tidal technology. more...

Siemens, Bluewater and Minas to install floating tidal current turbines in Canada's Bay of Fundy

4 April 2014
Marine Current Turbines Ltd. (MCT), a Siemens business, and Bluewater Energy Services B.V. (Bluewater) have agreed to jointly develop a 2 megawatt floating tidal current turbine, called SeaGen F. more...

Sven Stoye - new CEO at MCT

24 March 2014
Siemens-owned Marine Current Turbines Ltd (MCT), one of the world's leading tidal current energy companies, is pleased to announce the appointment of its new Chief Executive Officer, Sven Stoye as of 1st March 2014. more...