News

  • 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

  • PRESS RELEASE: World Unique Wave Power Breakthrough

    June 2nd, 2017, is a milestone for fossil free energy in general and for Waves4Power in particular. Today the Waves4Power wave energy system was connected to shore and started to deliver electricity to the Norwegian power grid. This took place at Runde on the Norwegian west coast; an optimal place for wave power with its abundance […]

  • 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 […]

  • Soon in full operation at Runde

    Date April 27, 2017 Soon in full operation at Runde. After service and maintenance the WaveEl buoy is now ready for relaunch at Runde. Keep your eyes open for more info…

  • WaveEl Launch Simulation

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

  • 6 Months at Runde!

    August 9, 2016 is a special day for all of us at Waves4Power. Today the WaveEL buoy has been in the harsh waters of Runde for 6 months. In this location the buoy has negotiated winds of 65 miles/hour and more, in waves that top off as high as 15 m, without complaining. And you […]

  • New partnership with Stryvo strengthens Waves4Power’s professional network

    Waves4Power has engaged in a partnership with the Norwegian engineering and manufacturing firm Stryvo Group AS – www.stryvo.no – based in Stryn, Norway. The companies will cooperate in the development of efficient design and manufacturing processes for Waves4Power’s proprietary WaveEL system.

  • Tidal Energy Today Coverage

    “The most dangerous thing that you could have when it comes to wave energy sector is skepticism.” – Article with Tidal Energy Today – follow this link to read more: http://tidalenergytoday.com/2016/04/07/interview-skepticism-the-greatest-concern-for-uk-wave-energy-sector/

  • Waves4Power presents at Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) in London

    Peter Child, W4P´s UK representative, was one of two featured speakers at the prestigious SUT Lunch and Learn event on 23 March. Held in London at Price Forbes Office in Minster Court, Peter presented the rapid progress W4P has made to date and plans for the future, to 50+ interested attendees including Insurers, financiers and engineers. […]