In this latest blog, Marja Moisio explains the importance of gaining ISO 9001certification in a sector of the renewables industry that offers significant growth potential with the development of proven wave energy technology.
Matthew Pech, Finance and Control Director of AW-Energy Oy, explains how the EU’s proposed sustainability legislation poses hydrogen manufacturers a problem – if grid electricity is used in production, it will not be considered green. So, what’s the solution? Matthew explains why industry needs to consider wave power as an off grid alternative
Patrik Pykälä-Aho, an upcoming graduate, is one of the latest new faces to join AW-Energy Oy in Finland. He is working with us on our in-house megawatt scale test facility, while also completing his University Master’s thesis on green hydrogen production using WaveRoller wave energy technology.
As all the preparatory works are in their final stages of completion, the drone will be used by AW-Energy’s Ville Kortelainen in near shore locations to showcase the WaveRoller’s journey out to sea and provide regular feedback to onshore teams of its operation. This will help to deliver insight from a technical perspective, as well as provide a visual aide for WaveRoller’s commercial interests with energy authorities, utility consortiums and investors.
Internships are an integral part of today’s learning paths and can at best provide a useful glance in the business of one’s chosen field, yield applicable learnings and even secure future employment options. This is our intern Kira’s experience of joining team WaveRoller for the coming summer.