Recently, Atlantis has led the consolidation of the tidal power sector in Scotland. We are the majority owner of Tidal Power Scotland Limited (“TPSL”), the HoldCo that owns all phases of the MeyGen project, as well as other leading projects such as the Sound of Islay, Ness of Ducansby, Brough Ness and the Mull of Galloway. We have recently welcomed ScottishPower Renewables and DEME Concessions as co-investors in TPSL.
We have also been awarded agreements for lease from The Crown Estate for exciting project sites in Northern Ireland and England.
Atlantis is the majority owner of the largest consented tidal stream project in Europe, MeyGen. In India, Atlantis has identified more areas of tidal resource and has been working with Gujarat Power Corporation Ltd to complete the concept design and consenting for a 200 MW project in the Gulf of Kutch.
In France, we have agreed a joint venture with Development Agency for Normandy (AD Normandie Développement), the regional agency for economic development in Normandy and regional investment fund Normandie Participations to develop a phased large-scale tidal power project in the Raz Blanchard. We plan to energise the first array of tidal turbines in 2021, before rolling out larger projects from 2022.
We are actively exploring project opportunities in, Japan, China and Indonesia and we are constantly searching the globe for new development opportunities to add to our portfolio of greenfield and brownfield projects.
- MeyGen (UK)
- The Tidal Stream Industry Energiser Project (France)
- Ness of Duncansby (UK)
- Mull of Galloway (UK)
- Sound of Islay (UK)
- Portland Bill (UK)
- Strangford Narrows (UK)
- Strangford Lough (UK)
- Nova Scotia (Canada)
- Daishan (China)
- Mundra (India)
- Lombok, Indonesian Archipelago (Indonesia)
- Raz Blanchard (Alderney)