Bombora Initiates mWave Decom Consultations

Bombora has entered into a consultation process on the decommissioning plan for its 1.5MW mWave wave energy converter, off the coast of Pembrokeshire.

As an offshore marine energy project, Bombora is required to provide a Decommissioning Programme to the UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) detailing how it will decommission the project after installation and operation.

Bombora Wave Power is mid-way through a full-scale demonstration project to design, build, deploy and validate the mWave WEC.

The mWave will be fully submerged on the sea floor and is non-disruptive to ocean users and marine life.

Bombora’s Pembrokeshire mWave project is supported by a European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) grant via the Welsh Government.

The deadline for comments is 22nd October 2019.

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