Wave & Tidal

Established in Orkney and being pivotal to the success of Scottish marine renewables, Leask Marine now have an additional base in Wales supporting and providing quality services to our global clients.

Over the past 16 years Leask Marine has grown to become a world leader in wave and tidal marine technology supply chain service provider, successfully completing projects for over 34 of the world’s leading marine energy converters from 15 countries, as well as supporting many infrastructure projects for the utility and offshore wind markets.

Leask Marine can provide an unprecedented range of uniquely developed processes and equipment to support the mobilisation, deployment, installation, commissioning, service and maintenance, inspection and de-commissioning of marine energy projects.

Leask Marine can help throughout the full installation life cycle as we have unrivalled knowledge and experience of installing both wave and tidal devices.

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Leask Marine remains at the forefront of marine renewables industry and has grown to become arguably one of the world’s most experienced marine energy supply chain businesses being sought after by companies the world over to provide marine consultancy and project management services.

Leask Marine is a key supply partner to the 2nd generation of wave and tidal developers who are committed to ensuring these technologies become commercially viable.

Our known experience and flexibility can allow you a turnkey solution for your project, and with our unparalleled depth of expertise and experience we can offer a complete supply chain solution for marine equipment procurement and logistics.

We offer a wide range of supply chain solutions including:

  • Marine consultancy
  • Device design specification operational evaluation
  • Mooring system specifications, field testing & installation
  • Material fatigue consultation
  • Anchoring solutions
  • Installation & service operations testing
  • Risk Assessment & Method Statements, Marine consenting certifications
  • Project management
  • In–house fabrication workshop and extensive yard and an unprecedented range of equipment and material spares

We have in-depth experience working in consortiums with multiple developers on private and co-funded projects through various grant streams both nationally & internationally.

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Leask Marine’s global marine renewable energy clients include:

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  • CorPower Logo Hires
  • Flumill Logo
  • Magallanes Renovables Logo Grande
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  • Meygen Logo
  • Nautricity Logo
  • Nova Innovation Logo
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  • Openhydro Dcns Logo
  • Pelamis Wave Power Logo
  • Reac Logo
  • Scotrenewables Logo
  • Seatricity Logo
  • Sustainable Marine Energy Logo
  • Tidal Energy Logo
  • TOCARDO LOGO
  • Voith Logo
  • Wello Logo

Case Studies

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    Leask Marine successfully completed a full management marine renewable energy project for Tocardo International BV. Leask assisted the leading Dutch tidal energy company with full assembly of the device and supporting structures at Hatston Pier, Kirkwall, then installed their mooring system and TFS Tidal Turbine device at EMEC’s grid-connected tidal test site at the Falls of Warness.

    Moorings were supplied, assembled and installed by ourselves which consisted of 4 x 85 tonne chain clump weights with 100 meters of 76mm ground chain. Exact positioning was crucial with a tolerance of only 1 metre, which was achieved.

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    German renewable energy business REAC Energy GmbH has completed a stringent testing programme of their StreamCube tidal energy device with Leask Marine in Orkney.

    The Leask Marine team were contracted by REAC Energy to provide offshore support for the tow testing of the StreamCube device; with Leask Marine fabricating a bespoke testing frame for the trials that were fitter to the multicat vessel MV C-Odyssey. The marine operations of the StreamCube proved successful testing at a variety of velocities and flow angles as well as other engineering matrices.