Worldwide, millions of people remain disadvantaged because of limited or zero access to cost-effective and reliable electricity. We can now provide communities with the energy security most of the world takes for granted.
MAKO Tidal Turbines has a range of hydrokinetic turbines capable of operating in a variety of flow rates, making them deployable in the greatest range of locations around the world. Even at low flow rates, the MAKO is able to produce electricity cost-effectively.
The Sydney-based engineering team has been recruited to design and manufacture MAKO turbines in our modern factory premises in Alexandria, NSW. The team have focused on developing a complete tidal energy system comprising preliminary resource assessment, turbine solutions and performance monitoring.
In addition to experience in tidal energy turbine development, our engineering team also have diverse backgrounds, having previously worked for: General Motors Holden, United Space Alliance [US Space Shuttle program], Mercury Marine, Rud Aero [aircraft components], Virgin Racing F1 Team and VPac [high performance computing].
The MAKO management team have experience in accounting, legal, investment banking, government program administration and project management.
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