Our Mission: To develop and support technologies that combat coastal erosion and enhance marine ecosystems.
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Our main production partner in Mexico, involved in the manufacture of composite and steel parts for our paddle and reef.
AXIS is margine engineering company with over 15 years developing coastal projects across the Americas. CCell and AXIS have a signed a strategic partnership to jointly develop sales and deliver projects across the Caribbean and South America.
Innovative UK is part of the UK government's research and innovation funding agency and they invest in science and research. They support companies to develop new technologies and push the potential for new ideas. Innovative UK has supported CCell's development since 2013, from desk proof-of-concept studies to pilot testing in the desired market.
EPSRC is the UK government's lead agency for funding research and training in engineering and the physical sciences, investing £ 800 million a year. CCell's research and development has been supported by EPSRC since 2015.
The Royal Academy of Engineering ("RAEng") is the UK's national academy of engineering and technology that promotes engineering excellence for the benefit of society. The RAEng has supported CCell with both funding and access to mentorship.
Established by Queen Victoria in 1850, the royal commission is a trust that provides financial support for advanced scientific engineering of the built environment and design. CCell received the award from the royal commission supporting our company's technology development.
The department of Engineering at University College London ("UCL") is one of London premier engineering departments and naval schools. During the early development of the CCell wave paddle, CCell recieved significant support in laboratory testing.
Fortissimo supports European SMEs in advanced simulation modeling and data analysis using high performance computing (HPC). CCell received support with HPC facilities as part of a collaborative project under the European Commission initiative Horizon 2020.