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FreeFlow 69 is part of a team of engineers in Cornwall who have made a breakthrough with the development of an ocean turbine, called the Osprey, that they claim could solve the commercial viability of tidal power. The Osprey turbine can be used to create electricity offshore at sea or in tidal rivers and inland waterways.

In addition to this ocean turbine design, FreeFlow 69 is also involved in wave power, wind integration, and river hydro.

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Official Website

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http://www.freeflow69.com/

Products

Limpet Project - The Limpet Project is a collaborative concept between FreeFlow 69, Rubicon Marine and Western Hydro. It will use Rubicon Marine's patented sub-sea structure, being developed on the Nautilus Project, and Western Hydro's Vertical Axis Turbines.

Ocean Hydro Electricity Generator Plant - The plant uses tidal energy to create electricity 24 hours a day, making this a unique project. 24 hour power is produced by using both the kinetic energy in tidal flow and the potential energy created by tidal height changes.

Ocean Energy Rig

River Hydro Systems

Company Info

Press Releases

Company News

Latest Developments

Company News

"FreeFlow 69 is currently working on calculations to be followed by conceptual images of two 10MW systems, one for San Francisco Bay and one for the Bristol Channel."

Patents

several filings

Patent filed for O.H.E.G. concept Jan. 1, 2007

Concept design completed of Ocean Energy Rig incorporating wave-powered device patent applications to be filed imminently Oct. 29, 2005.

After preliminary testing Hi-Spec R & D has designed two new vertical axis turbines for use in rivers and tidal flows. Scale models are currently being fabricated and patent applications are being filed. (March 5, 2007)

Profiles

Company: FreeFlow 69

"FreeFlow 69 is a newly established company, focusing on tidal and inland river hydro energy systems. Their expertise is from a diverse background, enabling the team to take a new approach to problem solving."

Founder: Pat Cooke

"Pat Cooke, founder and Managing Director of FreeFlow 69, has now completed provisional surveying for a proposed 10MW system incorporating the Osprey Turbine at the entrance of San Francisco Bay."

Coverage

In the News

Company Press Releases

Google News > Osprey FreeFlow

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Osprey Ocean Turbine Progresses Toward Commissioning - A small team of engineers in Cornwall has made a breakthrough with the development of a turbine, called the Osprey, that they claim could solve the commercial viability of tidal power. The Osprey turbine can be used to create electricity offshore at sea or in tidal rivers and inland waterways. (PESN Aug. 17, 2007)

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Directory:Tidal Power > Horizontal versus Vertical Axis Ocean Turbines - A review of the leading tidal power technologies (including Osprey) and a comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of the horizontal axis design versus the vertical axis design. (PESN Aug. 7, 2007)

Harvesting the Power of Ocean & Tidal Energy - It is the brainchild of Fowey-based FreeFlow 69 Ltd., research and development consultants in renewable energy, which is headed up by Pat Cooke. ... (RenewableEnergyAccess.com, Aug 1, 2007)

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Contact

FreeFlow 69 Ltd.

Unit 9 Windmill Ind. Est.,

Windmill, Fowey,

Cornwall, UK

PL23 1HB

Tel: +44-1726 833337

Fax: +44-1726 833811

E-mail: [mailto:pat@freeflow69.com?subject=FreeFlow69_featured_at_PESWiki.com pat@freeflow69.com]

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