Marine renewable milestone hit as UK ‘WaveSub’ unveiled for sea-based testing
Marine Power Systems (MPS), a wave power technology development company based in Wales, UK, will today unveil its quarter-scale, prototype WaveSub wave energy generator, marking its move to a new, sea-based phase of its development. The event marks a milestone in the global race to produce wave energy at a market-competitive price. Over the last […]
28 June 17 – PRESS RELEASE: New renewable energy report calls for global ambition of 10% wave energy by 2050
Making Wave Power Work provides an analysis of the economic and environmental potential that wave power offers both the UK and the rest of the world. It calls on industry and trade bodies to join up their communications around the 10% target and businesses and government to ramp up steady financial support and policy stability.
£324,000 funding boost to allow wave energy testing off Pembrokeshire coast
Pembrokeshire Demonstration Zone positioned on MPS doorstep, an ideal location for deployment of our commercial WaveSub arrays.
MPS shows off WaveSub construction
MPS has unveiled its quarter-scale WaveSub device currently under construction in Pembroke Dock, South Wales.
MPS, Swansea Uni collaboration gets recognition
MPS and Swansea University were declared winners of the R&D category, in addition to eight other winners of the night.
WaveSub hires helping hand
Severn Subsea Technologies has made significant headway, since being awarded a contract to design elements of the control and electrical systems for WaveSub.
MPS bags Innovate UK funding for next-gen WaveSub
MPS has received £200,000 from Innovate UK to develop the next-generation WaveSub wave energy device.
ASTUTE 2020 helping MPS de-risk wave energy technology
MPS has engaged with Advanced Sustainable Manufacturing Technologies (ASTUTE 2020) to undertake research infinite element simulations that will allow MPS to de-risk the build and test-stage of the WaveSub power take off float.
MPS Completes Scaled Tank Testing of WaveSub
Tank testing at Plymouth University’s coastal, ocean and sediment transport (COAST) laboratory completed.