Month: November 2017

  • Offshore Engineer writes about “NKT develops wave power cables”

    An article on the website Offshore Engineer covers how NTK, a Waves4Power partner, has developed a dynamic 1 kV cable as well as a semi-dynamic 24 kV export cable for power export. Read more about it at: http://www.oedigital.com/energy/item/16606-nkt-develops-wave-power-cables

  • W4P article in Tidal Energy

    An article in Tidal Energy on Waves4Power. Follow the link below to read it. http://tidalenergytoday.com/2017/11/24/damage-prompts-waves4power-to-end-runde-wave-tests-earlier/

  • The first tests of wave power at Runde are now accomplished and the wave power buoy WaveEL 3.0 is towed to Fiskåholmen

    Waves4Power wave power plant at Runde has produced power since June 2, 2017. The aim of the Runde demonstration system was proof of concept and to gather important data for the development of WaveEL 4.0, Next Generation and serial production of wave power systems. The plan was from the beginning that all tests would be […]

  • Five Months and Going Strong

      Five months has passed since Waves4Power connected the wave power plant at Runde to the Norwegian power grid. And it’s over a month since King Harald V – on site in Fosnavåg – inaugurated the continued goal of wave power industrialization in Norway. The wave climate has varied greatly during the five months of […]

  • Smart Island Project on Isles of Scilly

    Waves4Power is planning to partner with the Smart Islands project on the Isles of Scilly in order for the island chain to reduce it’s energy expense by 40% and convert it’s energy consumption from renewable sources to 40% by 2025. The Isles of Scilly are located off of the southwest corner of Cornwall in the […]

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