Oct 21, 2020 Sam Pinnington 0 comments
CorPower features in Germany’s Zeit Leo

Read our latest report in Germany’s Die Zeit platform – reaching out to the next generation of budding marine energy scientists and environmental pioneers. CorPower features as the ‘World Saver Idea’ or ‘Weltretter-Idee’ in the children’s section Zeit Leo.  

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Oct 14, 2020 Sam Pinnington 0 comments
High deployments, low costs: The 2030 vision for ocean energy

Ocean Energy Europe released its latest report yesterday – ‘2030 Ocean Energy Vision’ – charting the path for ocean energy’s roll-out over the coming decade. This industry analysis considers the evolution of European wave and tidal technology to 2030. It projects deployments in high and low growth scenarios. The analysis also examines how energy costs […]

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Oct 13, 2020 Sam Pinnington 0 comments
CorPower in clutch of world-leading wave power developers, reports Greentech Media

Is Wave Energy Ready to Climb Out of the ‘Valley of Death’? – Judging by gathering momentum spanning the globe, and what’s cooking in CorPower’s new facilities, the answer is a strong and affirmative, YES! Original report by Greentech Media Wave energy had a shot at breaking out a decade ago and failed. The sector […]

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Oct 05, 2020 Patrik Möller 0 comments
CorPower on Swedish Radio P1

Hear about CorPower and ocean energy developments on Swedish Radio P1 today! (swedish) #Oceanenergy #blueeconomy #waveenergy #bluetech

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CorPower @ Pareto Renewable Energy & Clean Tech Conference, 7 Oct 2020

Don’t miss CorPower’s CEO Patrik Möller & CCO Rikard Tullberg giving a presentation on Pareto Securities’ Renewable Energy & Clean Tech Conference 7 October 2020 @ 15.00. Read more & register for the online event here. #oceanenergy #waveenergy #cleanenergy #blueeconomy #energytransition #bluetech

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Sep 21, 2020 Patrik Möller 0 comments
Marine Technology News

See the recent interview on CorPower Ocean and Wave Energy by Greg Trauthwein for Marine Technology News  

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Sep 11, 2020 Patrik Möller 0 comments
Sea change

Read EME Outlook’s recent article on CorPower and our efforts to bring reliable and competitive wave energy technology to the world.

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Jan 10, 2017 Louis 0 comments
CorPower secures WES contract on composite structures

CorPower secures WES contract on composite structures A CorPower led consortium with Balmoral Offshore Engineering and Wave Venture has been awarded a £248,600 development contract from Wave Energy Scotland. The HydroComp project brings innovative material and manufacturing for wave energy devices structures using Balmoral’s long experience in structural design, materials and production for offshore environments, […]

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Sep 22, 2016 Louis 0 comments
Some pictures from our buoy!

Click above to see our Stage 3 composite buoy shipping from Portugal to Sweden this week. Gallery: CorPower’s half-scale wave energy device

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Sep 12, 2016 isotop 0 comments
CorPower Ocean published in “Forskning & Framsteg”

Read this interesting article about wave power and CorPower’s continued progress! Mer kraft från lugnare hav  Kraften i havens rörelser skulle i teorin kunna omvandlas till fyra gånger mer elektricitet än hela världen ­förbrukar. Hittills har dock de flesta ­projekt ­havererat. Men nu börjar det se mer ­lovande ut – och bland de företag som […]

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Sveriges Radio
Aug 09, 2016 isotop 0 comments
CorPower on Ekot – Swedish national radio

Listen to CorPower Ocean’s CEO Patrik Möller being interviewed on Swedish radio. Lyssna här  

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Jul 02, 2016 Louis 0 comments
Great articles about wave energy and CorPower !

If you want to read more, it is here :

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Jul 01, 2016 isotop 0 comments
Article about us in OE Digital

Swedish firm CorPower Ocean, one of the new generation of firms, also uses buoy technology, to absorb energy from the surge and heave of waves with its HiWave resonant WEC. But, it has sought to get out more with less using phase control, to enable it to oscillate in resonance with incoming waves. It does […]

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Jul 01, 2016 isotop 0 comments
The Wonder Bouy that might finally make wave energy feasible

WITH ALL THAT to-and-fro and ebb-and-flow, the motions of the ocean offer an endless supply of renewable energy. Or they would, if engineers could figure out how to capture that power. Most prototypes for wave-energy converters have been massive and costly, or else they’re torn apart during violent storms at sea. But a Swedish company […]

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