Supported by the Agri-EPI Centre network
Agri-EPI is supporting the project. through its membership network, by organising an industry-led expert steering group to ensure the innovation is developed in-line with supply chain needs and challenges.
QED Naval, responsible for the Naval Architecture and Hydrodynamics, said:
“We are delighted to be involved and help bring this revolutionary idea to the market where it can have a dramatic impact on fish welfare in an environmentally sensitive, and commercially viable way.”
Sterner AquaTech, who are designing the Water Quality and Life Support systems, said:
“Environmental pressures are only going to increase in our industry, and SeaCAP is a unique answer to many of those concerns and could be the model for sustainable farming in the near future.”
Lloyds Register will be undertaking validation of the design in a subsequent stage of the project.