In the News: Untethered subsea power


U.S. based tech conglomerate Teledyne has long supplied fuel cell technologies for NASA and other customers for space and terrestrial applications. Now its Teledyne Energy Systems, Inc. (TESI) arm is looking to take the technology to new depths as a source of untethered power for application below the ocean's surface. 

"In everything that we've seen from doing our market study and research, there is a gap in providing untethered power for various (subsea) applications," according to Mitch Icard, TESI's Vice President and General Manager, who said TESI's Subsea Power Node has been engineered to provide persistent power for underwater vehicles and subsea oilfields. 

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