SWEL showcases its technology at the 13th Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference in Amsterdam. In its showcase video, SWEL travels us through the stages of development and testing of its technology, presenting how it has evolved to become a robust and durable wave energy converter that can supply substantial power on demand at low cost, with minimal maintenance, and capable of being deployed in any wave environment.
SWEL set to shake the energy industry
Having concluded exhaustive studies and tests on the Waveline Magnet (WLM) technology at Ecole Centrale de Nantes (ECN) Test Facility, with Marine Energy Alliance (MEA) and industry leaders, it is clear that the technology displays…
Testing successfully completed at the MAREI Centre, LIR National Test Facility, University Collage Cork Ireland
The Waveline Magnet 10 was tested at the MAREI Centre, LIR National Test Facility with great success, demonstrating the huge capabilities and potential of the technology, setting a solid milestone on the road towards commercialization…
Open Sea Trials in Larnaca Bay commenced
Tackling the waves at Larnaca Bay, SWEL trials its technology, the Waveline Magnet, in real state conditions, demonstrating its capabilities and readiness to progress further to commercialisation.
SWEL IN THE FINAL
SWEL has been selected as one of just 36 finalist companies in the UK’s Cleantech Innovate 2015: the showcase for the commercial green innovations & technologies shaping the UK’s low carbon future. Cleantech Innovate 2015…
SWEL is proud to announce its breakthrough testing results. In just 50cm wave height the WM9.1 produced 4KWh of mechanical power, representing a 3:1 capture width. The SWEL team have now opened their doors to…
WM8 ON TEST IN LARNACA BAY
SWEL builds WM8.1 device and tests it in Larnaca Bay.