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  • Swedish Television coverage

    Swedish Television visited the Gothenburg harbor today with a report about WaveEL . (in Swedish). Video: http://www.svt.se/nyhetsklipp/regionalt/vast/article6291543.svt Article: http://www.svt.se/nyheter/regionalt/vast/goteborgskt-vagkraftsforetag-satsar-pa-norge?cmpid=del%3Apd%3Any%3A20160204%3Agoteborgskt-vagkraftsforetag-satsar-pa-norge%3Anyh  

  • A new “giant pipe” in town

    The people in Göteborg woke up yesterday with a new “giant pipe” in town..! According to GP, the local newspaper. Read more (in Swedish): http://www.gp.se/nyheter/goteborg/1.2967659-har-ar-jatteroret-som-landat-pa-eriksberg

  • Work Area

    (Information for local Norwegian marine traffic. ) Selskapet Waves4power  AS utviklar flytande, fast forankra bølgjekraftanlegg av typen WaveEL. Selskapet har fått løyve til å ha eit anlegg av denne typen i inntil tre år om lag 500 m vest for Måganeset på Runde i Herøy kommune.  Utplasseringa vil skje med spesialfarty i veke 6/2016. Samtidig […]

  • The WaveEL buoy´s voyage has started, leaving Falkenberg

    The newspaper Hallands Nyheter – was present when WaveEL left the harbor with film crew and reporter. Read their article (in Swedish): http://hn.se/nyheter/falkenberg/1.4641047-vagkraftverk-pa-vag-ut-mot-vagorna  

  • A New Endeavor in Marine Technology, In Western Sweden

    West Swedish marine energy technology is at the forefront of renewable energy development and is now being exported to Norway. In the short future, a large western Swedish wave power system will be launched. If you are interested in marine energy technology, here’s your chance to at Eriksberg quayside see a giant buoy at Eriksberg […]

  • A New Endeavor in Marine Energy

    Waves4Power is a Swedish company that develops and sells wave energy systems. During the first week of February, Waves4Power will have a complete wave energy system moored at the harbor in Gothenburg before shipping to the deployment site outside Ålesund in Norway. This is the result of years of development, design, construction, and testing, and […]

  • Partner Communication Forum

    Waves4Power and partners have formed a Communication Forum to handle all marketing and activities around the WaveEL project at Runde. Documentation, films, exhibitions, and launch activities are all part of that planning. The Partners are Siemens, Parker, Jotun, Olympic, Shipping, Petronas, Blueorbis, Seaflex ES, nkt cables and MEA.

  • 300 000 NOK for Marine Operation Simulation

    Waves4Power together with Olympic Shipping (www.olympic.no) and Fosac (www.fosac.no) has received a grant from GCE BLUE Maritime Innovation Grant. This grant will be used to develop programs to simulate launch, service operations, and develop the logistics around the handling of our wave power system in the marine environment. Fosac is a simulator facility in Fosnavåg, […]

  • 9 000 000 SEK for Cable Project at Runde

    Swedish Energy Agency has approved to support an important cable research project in connection with the Waves4Power WaveEL project at Runde. During the next year, Nkt cables, Sveriges Tekniska Forskningsinstitut (SP), and Chalmers University of Technology will conduct reliability testing on low voltage cables specially designed for marine energy parks. The aim is to develop […]

  • TidalEnergyToday.com

    Tidal Energy Today, an online publication, writes about WaveEL on December 14, 2015. http://tidalenergytoday.com/2015/12/14/waveel-to-harness-norwegian-waves/  

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