WaveRoller featured in Physics World and Wave & Tidal Energy Network

Physics World on overcoming wave energy engineering challenges

Water covers about 70% of the planet, and much of it, driven by the Sun, is in constant motion. For at least 200 years, visionaries have dreamt of harnessing this “blue energy” and using it to power the world. But engineering challenges in these environments – especially at sea – can be vast. Discover more about our pioneering research and technology with the way we are harnessing ‘blue energy’ by science writer Stephen Ornes, published in the March 2020 issue of Physics World. Watch the video from 1.26 minutes at: https://physicsworld.com/a/blue-energy-innovative-ways-of-harnessing-energy-from-the-oceans/

 

WaveRoller on the forefront of wave energy certification

Wave & Tidal Energy Network features the latest certification of WaveRoller by Lloyd’s Register (LR) through the Technology Qualification process. Just last year we were awarded the Technology Qualification Certificate for our WaveRoller design – the first ocean energy converter to reach this level of validation by LR.  Read the whole article at Wave & Tidal online, on page 4.

ISO 9001 certified quality system by DNV GL

The Solar Impulse Efficient Solution Label

European Commission Seal of Excellence

AW-Energy

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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