Penguin wave energy device starts producing power offshore Basque Country

The 600kW Penguin wave energy converter, developed by the Finnish company Wello, has started generating clean power to the local Basque electricity grid. The deployment of Penguin wave energy device (Courtesy of Wello) The 44-metre Penguin device was installed at … Read More

Oscilla Power hits $100K mark in ongoing crowdfunding campaign

U.S.-based wave energy company Oscilla Power has raised over $100,000 in an ongoing crowdfunding campaign on StartEngine platform. Oscilla Power’s Triton wave energy device concept (Courtesy of Oscilla Power) Oscilla Power’s latest fundraising round has a target of $3 million … Read More

DTOceanPlus delivers free software to design and optimise tidal and wave farms

DTOceanPlus project has released an open-source suite of second-generation advanced design tools for the selection, development, and deployment of ocean energy systems. Illustration (Courtesy of Wave Energy Scotland – a project partner of DTOceanPlus) DTOceanPlus builds on the foundations of … Read More

EU-wide partnership to deliver ‘world-first’ bankable hybrid marine energy parks

Major European companies and project developers have joined forces with leading research institutions to unlock large-scale potential of combined wind, wave and offshore floating solar renewable energy sources in the newly launched €45 million marine energy project ‘European Scalable Offshore … Read More

Novige gets €195K prize nomination for Swedish clean energy start-ups

Swedish wave energy company Novige has been featured as one of the finalists for the €195,000 prize as part of the Startup4Climate challenge for its NoviOcean wave energy solution. Jan Skjoldhammer, founder and CEO of Novige, with NoviOcean test prototype … Read More

Challenges in designing the world’s largest wave energy test rig (Video)

Swedish wave energy developer CorPower Ocean has shed more light on the challenges it successfully overcame during the construction of the world’s largest wave energy test rig that was completed earlier this summer. This embedded content is only visible after … Read More

NREL puts SeaRAY’s brain into fifth gear

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has been working with the U.S.-based marine energy company C-Power on the integration of its novel field data collection and control system in the SeaRAY device ahead of upcoming sea trials in Hawaii. NREL … Read More

Denmark Seeking Renewable Energy Proposals

The Danish Energy Agency is calling for tenders for the technology-neutral tender in 2021, where solar cell systems, wind turbines, wave energy plants and hydropower plants can compete for support. The deadline for submitting bids is October 22, 2021. In … Read More

Denmark opens renewables tender. Wind and wave eligible for support

The Danish Energy Agency has opened a technology-neutral tender for 2021, where solar cell systems, wind turbines, wave energy plants and hydropower plants can all compete for support. Illustration/Wavepiston, a Denmark-based company, deploying its wave energy system (Courtesy of Wavepiston) … Read More

WATCH: Novige verifies full potential of NoviOcean wave device

Swedish wave energy company Novige has concluded the extensive tests on its scaled NoviOcean wave energy prototype in France, with the support of the MaRINET2 project. Jan Skjoldhammer, founder and CEO of Novige, on NoviOcean test prototype (Courtesy of Novige) … Read More