Tag: #waves4power

  • W4P New headquarters at Stena Center, Gothenburgh, Sweden

    Waves4Power has relocated its headquarters to the Stena Center in Gothenburgh, Sweden. Stena Center is centrally located on the Chalmers campus Johanneberg, Gothenburg. It’s a welcoming and dynamic center for the development of entrepreneurs with business ideas based on technological innovations. It’s an environment that inspires and enables good ideas to become viable companies with […]


    Waves4Power was recently featured on “Buzzworthy Businesses,” a U.S.-based program highlighting business leaders doing great things in the community. Click here to watch the full interview with Göran Fredrikson and host Jesse Stakes: https://iwantabuzz.com/biz/buzzworthy-businesses/goran-fredrikson-from-waves4power/

  • Coverage of Chalmers Partnership

    In its latest newsletter from the Energy Area of Advance, Chalmers University of Technology tells us about how a researcher at the Department of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences and the Department of Marine Engineering, Shun-Han Yang, is supporting Waves4Power to develop numerical models that can predict the life expectancy of components used in wave energy systems. […]

  • Ribbon Cutting by H.M. King Harald V of Norway

    Thursday, September 21, 2017 Waves4Power celebrates the successful launch of its wave power buoy and is kicking off Waves4Power Next Generation during a full day of events. Invited guests will attend presentations and seminars throughout the day. The public is invited to ribbon cutting festivities in Fosnavåg attended by H.M. King Harald V of Norway. […]

  • 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  

  • 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  

  • 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, […]

  • 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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