InterMoor Takes Part in Carnegie’s WEC Project

Intermoor’s australian engineering team has supported Carnegie Clean Energy on the analysis and design of mooring ...

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OSU to Host New WEC Design Workshop in September

Sandia National Laboratories (SNL), the Pacific Marine Energy Center (PMEC), and Oregon State University (OSU) are ...

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Sea Power WEC goes out to sea

Sea Power, an Ireland-based wave energy developer, has towed out its wave energy device from Foynes Harbour into ...

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AWS, Trident Energy team up for WEC optimization

AWS and Trident Energy will work together to optimize the design of the Archimedes Waveswing wave energy converter.

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Sandia presses ahead with WEC research

Sandia National Laboratories has conducted advanced controls testing of its WEC at the US Navy’s MASK basin as part ...

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WES launches £3 million innovation call

Wave Energy Scotland (WES) has launched its third competitive funding call focused on structural materials and ...

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Seapower wraps up WEC construction

Ireland-based wave energy developer Seapower has completed the construction of its scaled wave energy converter set ...

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Protean wraps up initial WEC deployment phase

Protean Wave Energy has completed the initial phase of the stage one wave energy farm demonstration deployment off ...

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Waveswing America starts WEC construction

Waveswing America, one of the finalists in the Wave Energy Prize challenge, has finalized the design and started ...

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Protean orders wave energy tech study

Protean Wave Energy has engaged a global engineering firm to conduct a development study of its Protean wave energy ...

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ECM: Extreme conditions modeling tools for WECs

The extreme conditions modeling project (ECM) will be releasing two open-source numerical tools for use in modeling ...

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VIDEO: AquaHarmonics’ scaled WEC testing

AquaHarmonics, one of the teams competing for the Wave Energy Prize challenge, is developing a point absorber wave ...

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EVE awards wave tech contract to Oceantec Energías Marinas

Ente Vasco de la Energía (EVE) has contracted the Biscay-based wave energy developer Oceantec Energías Marinas to ...

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Fred. Olsen’s Lifesaver ready for Hawaii installation

Sound & Sea Technology (SST) has completed the assembly of Fred. Olsen’s Lifesaver wave energy converter ahead ...

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VIDEO: M3 Wave’s DMP wave energy converter

M3 Wave, an Oregon-based wave energy company, has developed a submerged pressure differential wave energy device ...

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Stonehenge concludes Protean ocean testing

Stonehenge Metals has completed the functional ocean based testing of the fully assembled Protean wave energy ...

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EMEC: Feedback requested on WEC power performance assessment

International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) is seeking feedback on committee draft technical specification that ...

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VIDEO: Wello’s Penguin wave energy device

Wello, a Finnish wave energy player, has developed the Penguin wave energy device that produces power by riding the ...

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Wave Energy Prize extends registration deadline

The registration deadline for the Wave Energy Prize has been extended for additional two weeks. Wave Energy Prize, ...

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VIDEO: Azura wave energy device

Northwest Energy Innovations (NWEI), a Portland-based wave energy player, has developed Azura wave energy device ...

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Azura wave energy device powers military base in Hawaii

NWEI’s Azura wave energy device has been connected to the Hawaiian electricity grid, and is delivering power to ...

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