CorPower offers wave energy technology and wave farm design services that enable our customers to produce clean electricity from our oceans.
Our new type of high efficiency wave technology provides step-change improvements on storm survivability and power production – find out more how this is made possible.
CorPower is working together with several project developers, utilities and energy companies to support their evaluation and development of commercial wave energy projects. Please contact us to discuss how we can support your project development plans.
CorPower Ocean is looking for ambitious people with a passion for ocean energy offering key roles in a growing team. If you have the right profile and want to be part of a revolution in renewable energy, please send us your CV and cover letter.
Several reports in recent weeks have demonstrated major appetite for marine renewables on the US West Coast, as the energy transition continues to intensify. A CNBC report focusing on the Oregon-based PacWave initiative helped spread word to the masses about wave energy’s potential contribution to the future green energy mix. The open-ocean wave energy test site will have two separate facilities: PacWave North, for small-scale and prototype technologies, and the larger PacWave South. The latter is currently under development after attracting grants from both […]Read More
Join CorPower and Ocean Energy Europe Co-President Patrik Moller on June 22 at the OEE ‘Target 2025 Conference – Empowering Europe to deliver on its ocean energy ambitions’. CorPower will appear at 10.00 CET discussing future progression to wave energy pilot farms. The EU Strategy on Offshore Renewable Energy has set a clear objective for ocean energy deployment: 100 MW by 2025. […]Read More
A novel marine mooring and anchoring project aiming to improve the operation efficiency of ocean energy devices is recruiting expert support from the University of Dundee. The UMACK (Universal Mooring, Anchor & Connectivity Kit) Project has teamed up with the University’s Geotechnical Engineering Group to aid the development of a new ‘vibro-installed’ anchor system for […]Read More