NEWS & MEDIA
Jul 07, 2020 Patrik Möller 1 comment
CorPower Ocean launches pioneering wave energy project in northern Portugal

With a 16 MEUR investment plan, CorPower is establishing an R&D, Manufacturing & Service Centre for Wave Energy Converters in Viana do Castelo. The location has been chosen to support CorPower’s flagship demonstration project HiWave-5, and for the long-term development of supply and service capacity for commercial wave energy farms. Several factors have contributed to […]

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Jul 01, 2020 Matt Dickson 0 comments
CorPower presents state-of-the-art in reliability at ETIP Ocean Webinar – 2nd July 2020

CorPower’s very own Antoine Bonel will present at the first of a series of ETIP Ocean webinars in support of the Strategic #research & #innovation Agenda (SRIA) for #oceanenergy. Join to hear about the state-of-the-art in #reliability as a critical factor in the demonstration of ocean energy devices and how to mitigate these risks. Please register and read more @ETIP Ocean #renewableenergy #cleanenergyfuture #cleanenergy #reliabilityengineering #engineeringsolutions    

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Jun 30, 2020 Matt Dickson 0 comments
CorPower selected as a Nordic Top 50 Impact Company

CorPower Ocean has been selected for the prestigious 50 Top Nordic Impact Companies list by @The One Initiative as one of the 50 most promising impact startups in the Nordics. We look forward to be matched with 200 investors and other business opportunities at Nordic Impact Business Summit 17 September in Copenhagen. Read more @The […]

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Jun 24, 2020 Patrik Möller 0 comments
A sustainable ocean economy in 2030

New report by the Economist, World Ocean Initiative: “Wave and tidal energy generation has risen significantly over the past decade. Wave energy in particular is being held back by a lack of technology domination, with several designs under development by different companies.” Let’s see who the winners are in the coming years! Read more at: […]

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Jun 23, 2020 Matt Dickson 0 comments
Just released: ‘Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda (SRIA)’ by ETIP Ocean

‘Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda (SRIA)’ by ETIP Ocean – the European Technology Platform for ocean energy  – lays a clear path to #greenrecovery with ocean energy taking a key role to drive the transition to 100% renewables. CorPower mentioned as best-practice for successful product development, with our structured five-stage approach providing credibility that unlocks […]

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Apr 09, 2020 Patrik Möller 0 comments
The Big Green Show – with CorPower

New episode of The Big Green Show is out! Alexander Bigge Lidgren talking Wave Energy with CorPower CEO Patrik Möller.

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WaveBoost project improves performance and reliability of wave energy

WaveBoost video: https://youtu.be/mM4qTAqqZYc The three-year Horizon 2020 funded WaveBoost project has drawn to a close with a step change improvement achieved to the reliability and performance of wave energy technology. Led by CorPower Ocean, the WaveBoost consortium designed and developed an advanced Power Take Off (PTO) system allowing wave energy converters (WECs) to operate safer […]

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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 : https://www.wired.com/2016/04/corpower-buoy/ https://www.oedigital.com/pipelines/item/12829-harnessing-heave

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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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