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Ccell Renewables


This unique artificial reef structure uses electrolysis to create limestone structures via chemical reactions post implementation on the seabed.

Ccell renewables provide protection to the coastline behind them by breaking waves in order to reduce erosion along coastilnes. They do so with the implementation of artificial reefs which also enhance the local environment.

Their modules are made them from recycled rebar, which mimic the shapes and properties of naturally occurring reefs. Powered by renewable sources, these structures use electrolysis to produce a chemical reaction within the water that causes limestone rock to form around the structure. Over time the rock provides the foundation for coral to grow, and for marine wildlife to thrive. 

CCell uses advanced computer modelling systems to determine the most effective structures and locations to lower the impact of waves crashing into the shore. Their primary function is to protect beaches and coastlines, working closely with local communities and stakeholders to enhance the socio-economic co-benefits brought about from reefs while preventing coastal errosion. 

The electolysis process is powered by renewable energy from wave-energy capture technology, allowing this solution to be highly versatile, eco-friendly and have a low carbon footprint.


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Protects coastlines while providing habitat enhancement and increasing biodiversity

Powered by renewable energy




London, UK



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Great Barrier Reef

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Ccell renewables is a good place to look if you are interested in marine science, subsea technology, STEM and sustainability for your career and are based in London.

They have placements in: Structural Design
Electronics and Power Electronics
Numerical Modelling
Data Analytics
System Automation
Machine Learning
Marine Biology
For a placement email with your CV

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