Grafmarine has collaborated with leading experts in academia, renewable energy innovation and environmental sustainability to develop a fully recyclable, GHG-free solar energy generation and storage platform. To identify and develop the most sustainable and resilient materials, we have engaged with Circular Revolution, the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC), the Sustainable Materials Innovation Hub, at the Henry Royce Institute, and a number of European commercial partners. We continue to work with a variety of world-leading academic partners across a number of UK universities and Catapult centres to explore and harness the power of new and exciting technologies.
We are currently investigating ways to reduce the use of electronics within the solar arrays. We are working with the Circular Economy Research and Innovation Group (CERIG) to review design considerations and end-of-life strategies.
These relationships have enabled us to formulate a robust continuous improvement strategy that will see us deliver a long-term clean energy solution for the maritime industry. As new technologies emerge, individual systems will be upgraded. This provides ship owners and operators with a cost-effective and reliable source of renewable energy for the commercial lifetime of each vessel.
Grafmarine are developing clean energy creation and power storage solutions to turn any flat surface into a power hubs with the potential to be connected together.
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