A new stage has begun

December 11, 2018

From now, AtSea Technologies is part of HoldiNova group, a business holding company specialized in the marine system protection and collection of algae, and changes its name to AtSeaNova.

On 2018 AtSeaNova focused on the development of new devices and boats allowing to work on industrial seaweed farms of large scale on several hectares.

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Three directions for AtSeaNova devices

December 10, 2018

On 2018 AtSeaNova focused on the development of new devices and boats allowing to work on industrial seaweed farms of large scale on several hectares.

SeaHarvester I a barge of 12×8,5m equipped with hydraulic systems for seeding, harvesting seaweed and cleaning the substrate on the field. This machine moves on the row with hydraulic driven wheels.

Seaweed farming working boat

ATSEA I a working boat 8m length with a crane to install mooring systems and to work as supply for the SeaHarvester I.

AtSeaNova devices

ATSEA Pontoon a working platform of 12x7m to make the assembly of the PE structure at sea on the field.


We join new EU project BioSea

March 27, 2017

In June 2017 the new EU project BioSea started with a kick-off meeting in Spain. BioSea targets the cultivation and biorefinery of 4 micro- and macro-algae into various value-added products. AtSeaNova will be responsible for the cultivation of selected species using its latest generation of AlgaeTex substrates.


AtSeaNova harvests at Solund (Norway)

March 20, 2017

In May 2017 AtSeaNova harvested the seaweeds that had been seeded in November 2016 at its test farm in Solund (Norway). Among the cultivation substrates were newly developed AlgaeNets, AlgaeSheets, AlgaeGrids, AlgaeRibbons and AlgaeRopes. Besides the traditional horizontal positioning, we also tested vertical substrates. Results, videos and photos of the successful cultivation season are available upon request.