Category: News Coverage

  • 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/

  • 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 […]

  • Borealis joins Waves4Power’s official partner team

    Borealis, a leading provider of innovative solutions in the fields of polyolefins, base chemicals and fertilizers, announces that it will become an official partner of Waves4Power (W4P). Read full story…

  • SkipsRevyen

    The Norwegian publication SkipsRevyen writes in its August 2017 issue about Waves4power’s clean energy. (In Norwegian). Skips Revyen

  • Norsk Fiskeoppdrett

    Norsk Fiskeoppdrett has an article about the Runde installation in its August issue. (In Norwegian). Norsk Fiskeoppdrett

  • Video: Grid connection

    Short video from June 2, 2017 as the WaveEL buoy is connected to the Norwegian power grid.   Watch NRK’s news: LINK

  • WaveEL Connection Hub Launch

    After weeks of preparation, and with assistance from Olympic shipping, the WaveEL connection hub was successfully launched by Waves4Power at the Runde wave demonstration site on Thursday. Waves4Power’s president Ulf Lindelöf said “even though the weather was not ideal we managed to install the connection hub on site without incidents and the new power cable […]

  • Redeployment

    After undergoing an overhaul and systems upgrade at Ulstein Shipyard, the WaveEL Buoy has been successfully redeployed at the same test site off of Runde Island in Norway, where it spent the better part of 2016. The mooring system that served the WaveEL buoy so well during last year’s tough storms and waves was reconnected […]

  • WaveEl Launch Simulation

    Video simulation by Fosnavaag Ocean Academy: Olympic Zeus’ launch of WaveEL.

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