Ships for tomorrow's world

EnviroShips are designed to produce base load clean electrical power on-board a vessel. They can be connected inshore or offshore, have a variety of fuel sources and can be connected to and optimise the use of existing inshore or offshore transmission infrastructure.

GasShips use household waste pellets to manufacture renewable gas. This gas can be used for the production of electricity or sent directly to a power station where it can be used as a cheaper fuel source. GasShips are also capable of capturing carbon dioxide emissions.

EnviroPorts are floating transhipment terminals that prevent the ruining of intertidal mudflats and wildlife. They promote short sea shipping so smaller vessels can utilise arterial routes such as rivers. The design can be adapted for other goods in order to provide a bulk or liquids transhipment terminal.

EnviroParks are a solution for ports and major cities that have parking constraint problems. These vessels offer charging points for electric vehicles, and provide clean emergency standby power for the cities or ports for cold ironing. 


EnviroBarges are an inshore solution for mainly construction sites that have need high demands for power in order to develop land areas next to water. These vessels are a clean temporary solution which are mobile and can be relocated at the next construction site with relative ease. Other uses inshore for the EnviroBarge design can include factories requiring power next to water. 

LifeShips are Disaster Response Vessels that are capable of saving life. These vessels are deployable to disaster areas, which are often coastal based, and provide a platform to assist in intergovernmental planning to assist those in need following a major natural disaster.

WaterShips can be designed for both inshore and offshore. They use fuel sources such as household waste and flared gas, which are currently waste fuel sources to provide potable water. WaterShips also have the capability to clean up their own brine by-products through a managed brine dilution system onboard.

WaveShips will be capable of producing clean electricity, fuel and desalinated water all produced form the power of the ocean swells. The WaveShips will produce electrical energy onboard which can be converted into any of the above mentioned products. 

DataShips are being designed to assist in getting the huge demand on electrical power from data centres. National grid systems worldwide will become inadequate due to the exponential growth in demand. The DataShip is a clean data centre using clean renewable energy and captures and re-uses all the waste heat and cooling onboard. Designs exist from 50 - 200 MVA.