Eco Wave Power has reported the completion of a medium-scale version of its Wind Clapper and Power Wing wave energy generation system. The company has released a video showing the system in action and is currently undertaking testing and evaluation before work begins on the construction of the first commercial scale EWP wave power plant.
Israel-based wave power designer and manufacturer Eco Wave Power (EWP) has completed the first open water phase of testing for its new wave energy device. The company said it successfully installed a medium-scale wave energy power plant in the Black Sea during April.
The Tel Aviv-based company, Eco Wave Power, has successfully installed a medium-scale wave energy power plant in the Black Sea. The installation of EWP's system, took place during that month in recognition of the international Mother Earth Day, celebrated in more than 175 countries every year.
A medium-sized wave power plant has been successfully tested in storm waters in the Black Sea. The Eco Wave Power (EWP) system, which can generate enough electricity for 10 households from two floaters, was installed to mark international Mother Earth Day in April.
Eco Wave Power has successfully installed a medium-scale wave energy power plant, in the Black Sea, during the month of April, 2012. The installation of EWP’s system, took place during that month in recognition of the international Mother Earth Day, celebrated in more than 175 countries every year.
In the race to grab a piece of the huge untapped wave energy market, Eco Wave Power founder David Leb believes he has a technology that can beat his more than 100 competitors by making the ideal compromise.
Only two months after the testing and approval of its small scale model (in cooperation with the Hydro Mechanic Institute of Kiev), EWP is in the final construction phase of its medium scale wave energy generation system.