Inyanga Marine Projects - forging relationships to aid progress in the marine renewable sector
We collaborate with our partners to promote development in the marine renewable energy sector, these companies understand their strengths and how they can benefit our work and create mutually beneficial results.
We trust in the huge range of solutions and technologies that they can bring to Inyanga Marine Projects to help us develop the best products and services we can.
We are extremely thankful for Marine-I continual support. They have aided our development since the beginning, helping us to develop as a company. Marine-I is an ambitious programme designed to enable innovation in the marine technology sector in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. The sector has been identified as an area of high growth potential for the region.
University of Exeter
Inyanga have forged a longstanding relationship with the leading UK research institution at the University of Exeter specialising in Marine energy.
They have aided our team on several projects since conception and hope to continue these strong relations which provide mutual benefit.
As a company we are very keen to develop the next generation of marine engineers and endeavour to provide opportunities, internships and projects for students interested in Marine energy. We hope to provide industrial experience to add to their academic learning to enable them to succeed beyond university and ultimately advance the marine energy sector. In just the last year we have taken 3 interns from both the UK and France and helped provide 3 industry relevant university projects for students.
The HydroWing development project has received grant support from Marine-i. Part funded by the European Regional Development Fund, Marine-i is a partnership project aiming to boost the marine technology sector in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. Their funding has enabled the recruitment of two specialised research project engineers and the turbine development by BlackFish Engineering.