CLEAN ENERGY FROM OUR OCEANS
CorPower Ocean brings reliable and competitive wave energy technology to the world, unlocking one of the largest untapped sources of renewable energy - harnessing the natural power of the oceans to help us tackle climate change and achieve a sustainable low-carbon future.

Enabling 100% renewables

Adding wave energy to the energy mix is an attractive way to balance our future electricity systems, making it a key component to enable the transition to 100% renewables. A consistent, highly predictable and complementary power production profile offers an efficient solution to fill out the gaps where solar and wind do not produce enough when there is still a demand for power. Natural grid balancing by wave energy is a competitive solution to reduce the amount of battery storage needed to balance our electricity systems in a deeply decarbonized future.

Enabling 100% renewables

Adding wave energy to the energy mix is an attractive way to balance our future electricity systems, making it a key component to enable the transition to 100% renewables. A consistent, highly predictable and complementary power production profile offers an efficient solution to fill out the gaps where solar and wind do not produce enough when there is still a demand for power. Natural grid balancing by wave energy is a competitive solution to reduce the amount of battery storage needed to balance our electricity systems in a deeply decarbonized future.

Our Wave Energy Converters (WECs) offer survivability in the toughest storm conditions combined with efficient harvesting of electricity in normal wave conditions. The technology has shown breakthrough results through a structured five-stage product verification program since 2012, bringing a step-change improvement to the structural efficiency and competitiveness of wave energy. Advanced control technology offers large amounts of energy to be harvested using small low-cost devices, significantly reducing the equipment (CAPEX) cost per MW. The compact lightweight WECs are also easy to install and maintain using low-cost vessels, bringing down operational (OPEX) costs.

CorPower offers wave energy technology and wave farm design services that enable our customers to produce clean electricity from our oceans.

Technology

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.

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Projects

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.

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Work at CorPower

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.

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Latest News

Feb 03, 2020 Patrik Möller 0 comments
Meet us @ BLUEINVEST DAY 2020

CorPower is proud to be selected as finalist at the BLUEINVEST DAY 2020. This event organised by the European Commission brings together innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, corporates and enablers in the Blue Economy. Please ping @Anders Jansson if you are in Brussels tomorrow and want to discuss how ocean energy enables the transition to 100% renewables. https://blue-invest.eu 

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Dec 27, 2019 Patrik Möller 0 comments
We’re hiring!

  Looking for a new challenge in 2020? Join a world class team committed to bring clean energy from our oceans. Currently open positions: – HMI / full stack developer – Senior assembly technicians – Senior Instrumentation & automation eng – CFO Read more here

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Nov 29, 2019 Patrik Möller 0 comments
IEA – OES predicts ocean energy boom

Ocean Energy Systems is predicting strong advances in ocean energy in 2020, driven by public and private sector funding. OES chairman Henry Jeffrey from the University of Edinburgh said the network is currently working on a series of projects with partners across the 25 member countries: “In the last 12 months we have seen major progress with […]

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