Aiming to take the risk out of investing in marine renewable energy, Cork startup Exceedence has launched a revolutionary new software tool which can assess whether an energy project stands to make money or lose it. “It is the first purpose-built financial and technical planning tool for marine renewables and is more comprehensive and
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So far Exceedence has created 25 blog entries.
Speaking at the opening of The Entrepreneur Ship, Minister Simon Coveney, TD said: “The government has ambitious plans to grow Ireland’s marine economy to maximise the potential of our vast marine resources. Business incubators, accelerators, and co-creation spaces have been proven to support and fast-track start-up companies seeking to exploit emerging market opportunities. The Entrepreneur
“Our software analyses the viability of potential renewable projects and helps to make intelligent decisions on where and when these projects should proceed," explains Dr Alcorn. #MarineIndustry - With Ireland's maritime industry definitively outperforming the general economy since the global financial crisis began, "reliable statistics" on the sector are needed to understand how the
Raymond Alcorn has spent 15 years in ocean energy, both commercial and R&D — both overseas and in Ireland. An electrical engineer, Dr Alcorn has spent his entire career in ocean energy having first obtained his PhD in the field from Queens University Belfast; he then became a chartered engineer through his work in
An innovative financial modelling and analytics software tool for the renewable energy sector was licensed this week by University College Cork (UCC) to spin out company, Exceedence. Exceedence will now bring to market the Exceedence FINANCE solution developed by software engineers, financial analysts, industry specialists and researchers in the Marine Renewable Energy Ireland (MaREI)