The tests carried out at the Ocean tank of Centrale Nantes were successfully completed, reaffirming SWEL’s expectations, achieving a 1.4kw peak power output in a wave tank, using a model just 32m long weighing approximately 1.8 tonnes.
WM9.1 WEC PROTOTYPE SPECS
The SWEL team have today announced the official specification for their proposed WM9.1 concept WEC. It will be approx. 56m in length by 3m in width. The device plans show it will consist of 84…
TESTING AT PLYMOUTH UNIVERSITY
On test in wave tank at Plymouth University, March 2013 (photo taken by Tony Carney).
SWEL GETS THE GREEN LIGHT IN CYPRUS
SWEL is proud to announce its recent talks with the local authorities have resulted in acceptance to allow deployment of their forthcoming Waveline Magnet concept model. The experimental license, issued 23rd March 2016, allows deployment…
WAVELINE MAGNET PICKING UP MOMENTUM
SWEL’s Waveline Magnet device considered one of the stand-out innovations at this year’s excellent Cleantech Innovate conference, held in London early February 2015. Read The Guardian newspaper article here.
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…