Liberation:The Eco Wave Power project, led by a Swedish company based in Israel, has just been awarded by the United Nations. Its technology is part of the best of innovative solutions for the climate rewarded at COP25, in the category dedicated to actions carried by women. Co-founder Inna Braverman is also praised by Wired magazine, which places her on her list of “women who change the world”Read more
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Inna Braverman’s Interview with Gibraltar Chronicle about the goals and achievements of the Gibraltar power station
Eco Wave Power, whose system was set up on the Rock in May 2016, has won the prestigious United Nations Global Climate Action Award, under the “Women for Results” category.
As the world seeks action on climate change, these women are at the forefront of integrating renewable energy into our daily lives.
Scaling up wave-energy generation to tackle climate change needs to start with smaller projects in a lower-risk environment, say experts.
Eco Wave Power has been announced as one of the 15 winners of the 2019 UN ‘Momentum for Change’ Global Climate Action Award.
Official press release by the UN.
EWP is looking to get more from its energy harvesters by adding solar.
Eco Wave Power (EWP, EWPG Holding AB) files a New Patent for Combined Wave and Solar System and Starts Testing of the Combined Solution in Jaffa Port, Israel
This week, EWP applied for a new PCT (international patent) and a new Israeli Patent for an integrated wave and solar system and commenced initial testing for the combined solution.
At today’s Extraordinary General Meeting in EWPG Holding AB (publ), it was resolved in accordance with the Board’s proposal to elect Ernst & Young Sweden AB as auditor up to and including the next annual general meeting, with Andreas Nyberg as responsible auditor. It was further resolved that the auditor’s fee shall be paid according to current account.
Vid dagens extra bolagsstämma i EWPG Holding AB (publ) beslutades i enlighet med styrelsens förslag att utse Ernst & Young Sweden AB som revisor för tiden intill slutet av nästa årsstämma, med Andreas Nyberg som huvudansvarig revisor. Det beslutades även om att revisorns arvode ska utgå enligt löpande räkning.
It is hard to ignore the implications of our dependency on pollution-generating, global temperature-changing fossil fuels; some Israeli startups are trying to create greener, more sustainable alternatives.
Today, Eco Wave Power (Nasdaq First North: EWP, EWPG Holding, SE0012569663) announces the incorporation of a joint venture company with EDF Renewables in Israel.
EcoWave Power (Nasdaq First North:EWP, EWPG HOLDING, SE0012569663)announced today it finished the design and engineering of its Jaffa Port project expansion and has started procurement of parts for the construction of the plant.
Eco Wave Power has finished the design and engineering of its Jaffa Port project expansion and started procurement of parts for the construction of the plant.
Back in 2012, Sweden’s Eco Wave Power started testing a wave energy harvesting system that could be installed on existing structures like breakwaters and piers. The company switched on its first grid-connected project four years later, and has now announced the second – which will convert the rise and fall of waves at Jaffa Port in Israel into electricity.
Today, L’Atelier BNP Paribas, published a new report “OceanTech – How can Technology Save our oceans?”
In the report, BNP Paribas, selects and highlights OceanTech companies ,with positive impact. Eco Wave Power is proud to be one of the companies selected by BNP Paribas!
A small-scale model of Eco Wave Power’s wave energy technology is presented in Tel Aviv Museum in an art exhibition addressing climate change.
EWP designs and manufacturers wave energy converters, which are devices that use wave motion to spin a generator and produce energy.
The Swedish cleantech company becomes the first Solar Impulse Efficient Solution to complete an IPO.
The offering attracted interest from institutional investors AP4 and Skandia Fonder as well as the general public and allows Eco Wave Power to execute on its plan to commercialize wave power.
Nasdaq (Nasdaq: NDAQ) announces that the trading in Eco Wave Power’s shares (short name: EWP) will commence today on Nasdaq First North in Stockholm.
EWPG Holding AB has received approval for listing of the company’s shares on Nasdaq First North Stockholm
EWPG Holding AB(“Eco Wave Power or the “Company”)has received approval, associated with customary terms,for listing of the company’s shares on Nasdaq First North Stockholmand first day of trading will take place on Thursday July 18,2019.
EWPG Holding AB (publ.) raises SEK 121.8m in IPO on Nasdaq First North Stockholm, making it the second largest listing on Nasdaq First North so far this year
The period for subscription of new shares in EWPG HoldingAB (“Eco Wave Power” or the “Company”) in connection with the planned listing of the company’s shares on Nasdaq First North Stockholm was completed onJuly10, 2019.
Today, EWPG Holding AB (publ) (Eco Wave Power) announces that the Fourth Swedish National Pension Fund (AP4) and Skandia, one of the leading Swedish insurance companies, along with other investors, including board members, Mats Andersson and Elias Jacobson will invest.
Smart technology that extracts energy from the world’s oceans & assists in the mitigation of climate change
Billigare än vind och i linje med solenergi. Så beskriver bolaget Eco Wave Power, vars målsättning är att notera bolagets aktier på Nasdaq First North i Stockholm i juli 2019, sin egenutvecklade vågkraftsteknologi vilken huvudsakligen är baserad på land.
Now Inna Braverman is taking her aspired company to Sweden.
According to the new article by SVD, Environmental Technologies will have great popularity on the Swedish Nasdaq.
Klimathajpen har nått börsen.
The Israel-based company designs and manufactures devices that convert wave energy into electricity.
Now Inna Braverman takes her Israeli Company Ecowave to the Stockholm Stock Exchange.
Israeliska Eco Wave Power går mot en notering på First North i Stockholm runt halvårsskiftet då man ska ta in 125–175 miljoner kronor för att finansiera produktion av bolagets vågenergiteknik. Responsen från investerare har varit god, säger Eco Wave Powers grundare och vd Inna Braverman till Di i en intervju.
Energie des vagues : au Top 10 des femmes les plus influentes, Inna Braverman (Israël) est honorée à Paris
Le 21 février dernier, à l’occasion de la conférence Women4Climate, mouvement créé en 2017 rassemblant des femmes qui apportent, partout dans le monde, une solution concrète et pragmatique face au défi climatique, l’israélienne Inna Braverman, cofondatrice de la société Eco Wave Power a été récompensée pour sa solution d’électricité issue des vagues.
At home or abroad, in their living rooms or in the board room, women around the world are doing more than challenging the status quo – they’re downright shattering it. In observance of International Women’s Day, we handpicked some of our most notable, admirable and unstoppable women from Israel who inspire, awaken and teach us all.
In celebration of this year’s International Women’s Day we’re highlighting some of the greatest women of the 21st Century. See if you agree with our list – are there any others you think should be included? I’m sure we’ve missed some greats, so let us know and we’ll add your nominations.
The cleantech sector is still overrepresented by men. Indeed, most cleantech startups are based on science, such as physics, chemistry, engineering, which are areas of studies where women are still underrepresented.
Eco Wave Power has hosted a visit of Eurovision winner and global ambassador for renewable energy, Ruslana Stepanivna Lyzhychko, at its wave energy power station in Jaffa Port, Israel.
Inna Braverman, Founder of Eco Wave Power, was the winner of the C40 Women4Climate Tech Challenge, an international contest which was open to women designing innovative, climate-focused tech solutions.
Eco Wave Power’s founder Inna Braverman has been selected as the winner of the Women4Climate Tech Challenge, organized by C40 Cities in Paris.
Eco Wave Power’s founder, Inna Braverman, has been included in the list of ’30 most influential women of the 21st century’, published by MSN.
We are very proud to announce that Inna Braverman, Founder of Eco Wave Power made it to the list along with amazing women such as Oprah Winfrey, Serena Williams, Angela Merkel, J.K. Rowling, Hillary Clinton, Beyonce and Sheryl Sandberg.
Инна Браверман: “Думаю, если Россия решит поставить возобновляемую энергию в качестве национального приоритета, то она будет очень успешной”
Инна Браверман – израильский предприниматель. Соучредитель Eco Wave Power, компании, которая разработала запатентованную технологию для получения чистой энергии из волн.
Interview with Inna Braverman for Smart Energy Russia: “I think that if Russian shall decide to put renewable energy as a national priority- then it will be very successful there”
Inna Braverman is an Israeli entrepreneur and businesswoman. She is the Co-Founder of Eco Wave Power, a company which has developed a patented technology for the generation of clean energy from the waves.
C40’s global competition celebrates women innovators and helps accelerate technological solutions to climate change.
Israel-based Eco Wave Power, one of the few companies that was able to commercialise its technology for generating electricity from waves, is looking for a strategic partner in India to start a pilot project and then scale operations across the country.
Some of these solutions were presented at COP24 , the majority of them, by women.
Think of a renewable source of energy that could be harnessed constantly to produce electricity. The sun? Goes down every night. Wind? Stops blowing now and then. Unlike other renewables, wave power is one of the most reliable energy sources on Earth, and could play a major role in the ongoing clean energy transition.
Having survived the Chernobyl disaster, Inna Braverman set her sights on reinventing the energy industry.
TEPIC, Mexico (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Energy from the ocean breakers that pound Mexico’s Pacific Coast could soon be turned into electricity as an Israeli joint venture finalizes permits and financing for the country’s first wave energy plant.
Since its establishment in 1948, Israel has set itself a task of being “a light unto the nations”. In his new book, Solution Nation, David Waneticks introduces readers to the country’s most promising startups that strive to improve and save our life in creative and varied ways.
Sustainable future ideas so out there – they could just work.
A collaboration with the French Ministry of the Ecological and Inclusive Transition, at the United Nations political forum in New York.
Here are the finalists for Global Game Changers 2018. The event from Innovators Magazine and Newsquest Media rewards cross-sector impact towards the UN Global Goals.
Companies are among 62 featured in David Wanetick’s book ‘Solution Nation,’ about Israeli firms having a global impact
The 31-year-old’s invention generates renewable electricity without creating a presence on the ocean floor.
With NSW and Australian families facing record electricity bills, NSW State Labor MP Walt Secord visited the pilot site for an Israeli power company using ocean wave technology to create electricity in southern Europe.
Move over, fossil fuels – a smarter energy revolution is well underway.
Al Gore and Inna Braverman (Co-Founder of Eco Wave Power) made a speech in Slush regarding the importance of sustainability.
The story was about tackling the first challenge confronting the world: how to make the world sustainable on an energy production basis.
Everyone knows that fossil fuels are an unsustainable source of energy, dirtied by pollution and politics. But global attempts to find alternatives on a mass scale have had limited success.
Wave power works when other renewables don’t, but energy companies have failed to harness this constant source of energy. Now all that is about to change.
Meet the speakers sharing their knowledge of sustainable energy, the smart home, innovative storage solutions and new policy and business models
“This is a great honor for Mexico to be among the first countries in the world and the first in the Americas to generate electricity from ocean waves,” said CEO of Eco Wave Power Mexico.
This week, Australia’s Minister for the Environment and Energy, Josh Frydenberg, and the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Renewable Energy Agency, Ivor Frischknecht, traveled to Israel where they visited Tel Aviv-based Eco Wave Power’s (EWP) tidal energy project in Jaffa Port.
Israeli renewables firm Eco Wave Power has embarked on a $6 million capital raising round to support its plans to take the company public on the Australian Exchange within the next 12 months.
She grew up watching the waves breaking on the shores of Acre. With little entertainment going on in the historic walled port city, Inna Braverman studied the ebb and flow with great fascination.
“What’s your passion?” a stranger asked Inna Braverman at a pool party. To his astonishment, her passion was not just obscure, he shared it. “Wave energy,” she said.
¿Recordáis Chernóbil? Incluso de una catástrofe como aquella pueden salir ideas brillantes que dan con la solución para evitar cometer los mismos errores en el futuro. Soy así de optimista después de escuchar la historia de Inna Braverman, una joven que está cambiando el mundo ola a ola.
Inna Braverman, Co-Founder of EWP, was listed in medium.com as one of the 100 makers and mavericks of 2016
These are the people who shone the brightest for us back in 2016.
After years of lagging behind other forms of renewable energy, wave power has finally made an important commercial breakthrough. Nnamdi Anyadike examines Eco Wave Powers’ new project in Gibraltar.
Ports are an integral part of global trade and commerce which are are known for operating and handling large scale operations which consume sizeable amounts of energy, resulting in larger day to day expenses and pollution-related effects, writes Inna Braverman, co-founder Eco Wave Power.
From community “solar gardens” to energy pellets made from coffee grounds to a phone-charging device that you plug into soil.
Wave power hasn’t scaled as successfully as solar or wind energy – however one British Overseas Territory could receive 15 percent of its electricity from the motion of the ocean. Gibraltar has teamed up with Israel-based wave energy company Eco Wave Power (EWP) to build a wave energy plant that could supply 5 megawatts of power.
Last month, Gizmag was on the ground in Gibraltar as Eco Wave Power (EWP) inaugurated the first ever grid-connected wave power station in Europe.
June 6 (SeeNews) – Israeli company Eco Wave Power Ltd officially launched its 100-kW wave power system in Gibraltar last week.
Wave power has been slow to take off, but it looks like things are accelerating. Last week, EU’s Gibraltar made a big buzz over the official grid connection of its new wave power project, an array of ocean energy converters from the company Eco Wave Power.
The Government signed an agreement with Eco Wave Power back in 2014, an Israeli company that works to harness wave energy and convert it into low-cost, clean electricity.
In late March, Israel-based energy company Eco Wave Power announced that it had successfully completed the first stage installation of a commercial scale wave energy plant off the coast of Gibraltar.
Located in Gibraltar, Europe – a peninsula that naturally lends itself to ocean wave harvesting – this new $5 million, 5 Megawatt plant is expected to produce 15 percent of Gibraltar’s electricity within two years, Eco Wave Power co-founder Inna Braverman tells NoCamels.
While world leaders meet in Paris to discuss reducing carbon emissions believed to contribute to climate change, the government of Gibraltar is putting its own renewable energy plan into action.
Eco Wave Power (EWP) is an Israeli company that has developed a unique form of electricity generation using wave power. Rather than have a wave generator moored in the open ocean where complex moorings and connection systems are required, the EWP system utilises existing land structures as the attachment point which the company claims greatly simplifies the installation and durability of the wave generation system.
Eco Wave Power’s technology is leading the way in renewable energy, with the potential to provide electricity for thousands
The wind may not blow and the sun may not shine, but waves are pretty constant. That, according to some scientists, makes wave power a better and more reliable source of renewable energy than solar or wind. And few companies have embraced the idea of mass-producing energy using wave power than Israel’s Eco Wave Power.
Eco Wave Power has received an official recognition for a “Pioneering Device” by Dr. Bracha Halaf, the Israeli Chief Scientist on behalf of the Ministry of National Infrastructures, Energy and Water Resources.
Eco Wave Power from Tel-aviv, Israel, has announced that it has successfully closed the first round of fundraising led by Pirveli Ventures. Following the investment of $2 million, a partner of the investment fund will join Eco Wave Power’s board of directors.
Eco Wave Power, an Israeli maker of ocean energy systems, raised initial funding for a $150 million pipeline of planned projects to use waves to generate electricity.
A power station has been successfully deployed by Eco Wave Power at Jaffa Port.
Eco Wave Power has completed the installation of its second generation Power Plant in Israel.
Eco Wave Power Installs Second Generation Power Plant in Israel, Commences Construction in Gibraltar, and Receives Recognition by Erasmus University.
These are busy, busy days for Eco Wave Power. The company has completed the installation of its second generation Power Plant in Israel, commenced parts procurement and assembly for a new project in Gibraltar, and was recognized by the Erasmus Awards.
Water covers three-quarters of the earth’s surface, but the world has yet to capitalize on the power of ocean waves, even though the energy that can be harvested from oceans is equal to twice the amount of electricity that the world produces now, according to the World Energy Council. But Israeli startup Eco Wave Power is taking giant steps in the field of renewable energy harvested from the sea, moving forward with a first-of-its-kind plant in China.
Eco Wave Power, an Israeli wave developer company, has received approval from the Chinese government for the construction of its wave power plant in Zoushan island, China.
Tel Aviv based firm which harnesses energy from ocean waves receives permission to establish first plant in China.
Eco Wave Power, based in Israel, plans to raise $5 million by the end of the year to further develop its technology and projects that harness the power of the ocean to generate electricity.
Eco Wave Power, an advanced and innovative international wave power developer based in Israel, introduced its plans to raise $5 million by the year end for the development of ocean energy.
Gibraltar agreed to buy electricity from an ocean energy plant being developed by Eco Wave Power.
Visionaries have been trying to harvest wave power for a century. This Israeli startup thinks it’s cracked the code.
The Government of Gibraltar has signed its first power purchase agreement for the provision of renewable energy. The agreement, which is with Eco Wave Power, is for the provision of an initial 0.5MW energy device on the eastside of the Rock.
Eco Wave Power is in talks with large global utilities and renewables companies to provide $10 million to fund 79 megawatts of plants that use the Israeli developer’s technology for harvesting energy from the oceans.
The development of an innovation to turn wave energy into power has catapulted Inna Braverman’s company Eco Wave Power to the top of its field worldwide.
Israeli company, Eco Wave Power, has opened a medium-scale wave energy generation system in the Black Sea
Hydrokinetic energy company Eco Wave Power and the Ocean University of China have signed a memorandum of understanding that could see the first commercial-scale implementation of EWP technologies.
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.
Eco Wave Power has successfully completed its April test of a medium-scale wave energy power plant in the Black Sea made up of two different floater shapes, the “Wave Clapper” and the “Power Wing”.
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), Eco Wave Power is already in final construction phases of its medium scale wave energy generation system.
Israel’s Eco Wave Power is just entering the second phase of proving its new wave energy harvest and conversion system that’s claimed to produce cheaper energy than existing coal-fired power plants.
Developers first looked to the ocean for offshore wind power, a conveniently windy and out-of-the way site for giant turbines. But increasingly, energy companies are realizing that sea water itself can be harnessed to generate electricity.
Eco Wave Power has completed the construction and testing phase of its first sea wave energy generation models the “Wave Clapper”, and the “Power Wing”.
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