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Fortum, DCNS, AW-Energy and Bretagne Region cooperate on wave power demonstration project in France

September 19, 2013

Fortum, DCNS and AW-Energy signed a development agreement in wave power research and development with the support of La Région Bretagne. As part of the agreement, the companies will develop…

WaveRoller buoyed by Funding Surge – AW-Energy Ltd. closes 9M$ Financing Round

September 3, 2012

Wave energy developer AW-Energy has announced a successful financing round which brought in commitments of over 9 million USD. The funding breakthrough came close on the heels of the successful…

Calm seas carried the WaveRoller: Successful installation started the commissioning period

August 27, 2012

The array of three WaveRoller units has been successfully deployed on 11th of August near Peniche in Portugal. The units were towed to the site in perfect weather conditions and attached…

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Tekniikan Maailma esittelee WaveRolleria ja aaltoenergiaa

April 12, 2021

WaveRoller-teknologiaa ja aaltoenergian hyödyntämistä esiteltiin Tekniikan Maailman numeron 21/2020 artikkelissa Meren liike ja voima energiaksi. Artikkelissa esiteltiin AW-Energyn tiimin ja partnerien merkittävää työpanostusta ja WaveRoller-tuotteen etuja uusiutuvan energian tuotannossa. Voit lukea…

Europe’s sustainable finance taxonomy: The challenges and opportunities

March 25, 2021

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? Here, we…

VTT, Neste and their partners seek breakthrough in Finnish e-fuel technology

February 8, 2021

Delighted to announce we are part of the consortium with VTT, Neste and partners, to help create breakthrough solutions in e-fuel technology. The commercialisation of electrofuel (e-fuel) production using sustainable…

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The challenges and opportunities of Europe’s sustainable finance taxonomy

March 25, 2021

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…

New talent to support hydrogen development

March 19, 2021

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,…

WaveRoller in operation

The Energy Race Is On: Finding the Next Nemo

May 4, 2020

Jussi Havia and Mikko Nyman of AW-Energy Oy, explain how the industry is racing to find alternatives to oil, gas and other energy-dense hydrocarbons. In an era where human civilisation…

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WaveRoller presented in Bloomberg Quick Take

April 8, 2021

Bloomberg present AW-Energy and the WaveRoller in their The Spark episode titled Wave Power Could Be the Next Big Thing in Renewable Energy. In the video Bloomberg present how, searching for…

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WaveRoller deployment

November 7, 2019

The deployment of the first commercial WaveRoller unit in Portugal as a part of the SURGE2 project. The device installed of the Almagreira beach near Peniche, some 850 meters from…

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WaveRoller sea cable installation

October 30, 2019

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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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