WaveRoller complements renewable power to enable carbon free grid and processes.

Green hydrogen plant operators can significantly improve performance by plugging in WaveRoller HydrogenHub technology.



Plugging WaveRoller into a solar-powered green hydrogen plant would lead to

60 capacity factor
Half production cost
Third land area

Complementary technology


Wave energy complements solar power production to enable large-scale green hydrogen. WaveRoller can maintain production through the night, avoid process shutdowns, supplement the seasonal changes and smooth sudden swings in power.

Coupling WaveRoller and other intermittent renewable energy sources enables efficient plant utilisation that drives down hydrogen production costs.

Hydrogen Products

In addition to green hydrogen and its products, WaveRoller enables water desalination. In arid regions the renewable power not harnessed by the electrolysers is used for freshwater production. This will also support the climate resilience and sustainability goals of local communities.
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Sector coupling for optimal efficiency


WaveRoller’s versatility enables electricity production, frequency response and desalination to be coupled for overall process optimisation. This will achieve improved plant performance.

ISO 9001 certified quality system by DNV GL

The Solar Impulse Efficient Solution Label

European Commission Seal of Excellence


AW-Energy is a pioneer in the green economy and is the global leader in wave energy technology. Its flagship product, WaveRoller®, is a submerged wave energy converter based on a hinged panel that is attached to the sea bed in the near shore area. It generates electricity from the movement of the waves (surge phenomenon) and is connected to the electric grid onshore. The company is based in Finland, and operates in multiple continents cooperating with strong industrial partners. The company employs a highly professional and efficient team that manages a network of over 100 engineers and technical staff.

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