Jebb Smith Ltd specialise in marine engineering design and have a passion for green marine energy projects.
Building on decades of experience in design consultancy and product development, we support the maritime industry by striving to optimise sustainable green energy solutions. Our determination for improving the environment is matched by our drive for quality engineering.
The Oasis Power Buoy
The OASIS Power Buoy is a ‘super charger at sea’ - an offshore mooring station with a zero-emission power source fed directly from wind turbines.
Initially aimed at Wind Farm Crew Transfer Vessels (CTVs) the Oasis Power Buoy provides the critical need for offshore charging for hybrid and all-electric vessels. Currently the greatest C02 emissions of an operational wind farm come from diesel powered maintenance vessels. By advancing the duration that hybrid and electric CTVs can operate using low-cost renewable energy, we are making these zero-emission journeys viable and are enabling major carbon reductions for the offshore wind industry.
Innovative and robust engineering has created a design that is reliable and effortless to use. Astronomical fuel costs can be eliminated, and operation and maintenance greatly improved.
To forge our commitment to developing renewable maritime energy solutions, in early 2021 we launched Oasis Marine Power Ltd. This subsidiary will build on our innovative expertise and vision for a greener future to propel The Oasis Power Buoy.
The Oasis Power Buoy has been awarded a grant through MarRI-UK Technology and Innovation in UK Maritime Call, which was funded by the Department for Transport.
The Oasis Hydrogen Buoy
As we aim to transition to a net zero economy, hydrogen is emerging as a key fuel of the future. To advance this potential, we are developing the Oasis Hydrogen Buoy – an efficient and safe Hydrogen Offshore Transfer System.
This key piece of maritime infrastructure will support the development of hydrogen powered vessels, the creation of green hydrogen offshore, and the transporting of hydrogen in the maritime environment.
We have partnered with Logan Energy Ltd and CENEX to drive this project to achieve green energy targets.
This project has been awarded funding as part of the Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition (CMDC). Funded by the Department for Transport and delivered in partnership with Innovate UK, the competition supports the development of innovative technology to have zero emission ships operating commercially by 2025.
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