Business model

EWP is currently in collaboration processes and is seeking collaborations with conventional and green energy companies, electric utilities, energy ministries, marinas and ports, project developers, institutes, manufacturers, engineering companies, private and public funds, and investors.

Global organizations that are interested in researching, harnessing or investing in wave energy with the purpose of meeting the rising global demand for clean, renewable, and affordable electricity are also being considered.

Eco Wave Power is the sole global inventor, owner, and developer of the unique EWP wave energy device. Due to its 100% control and ownership of the EWP technology, Eco Wave Power can cooperate through a variety of options.
We have the capability to support different project structures such as: BOO (Build, Own, Operate), BOT (Build, Operate, Transfer), BOOT (Build, Own, Operate, Transfer), BLT (Build, lease, transfer), and BLOT projects (Build, lease, operate, transfer).

EWP is interested in selling its generated electricity in utility-scale size, grid-connected, multi-unit arrays to supply electricity for network connection and also distributed, smaller-scale devices to supply designated and off-grid users.

Eco Wave Power provides its clients and partners with a convenient A to Z package of services: starting with undertaking the feasibility studies to support our clients and partners in the validation process of wave energy projects in different geographic locations, and continuing with services of construction, installation, operation, and maintenance services to support our projects.

Our core focus is on three potential main revenue streams:

However, as the wave energy sector is at an early development phase, the company will continuously adapt and evolve its positioning in the value chain in line with industry maturity.

As a result, we are also able to collaborate through: Joint Ventures (JV) companies, technology exclusive and non-exclusive licensing agreements, Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and Operation and Maintenance agreements (O&M).