12 Oct 2021
Commercialization of Eco Wave Power's Technology in China
Eco Wave Power Global AB announces the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with CIMC Offshore Engineering Institute Co Ltd. The parties would work towards the promotion of a pilot plant in China based on Eco Wave Power's technology and explore possibilities for offshore application of the Eco Wave Power technology.
5 Oct 2021
Agreement for Production of Floaters for the EWP EDF One Project
Eco Wave Power Global AB announces today that a collaboration agreement was signed with the publicly traded company Lesico Ltd for the production of 8 floaters for the EWP EDF One project in Israel, through its subsidiary EDF EWP One Ltd.
18 Aug 2021
Collaboration Between Eco Wave Power, Israeli Ministry of Defense
Today, Eco Wave Power Global AB has entered into a collaboration agreement with the Procurement Administration in the Israeli Ministry of Defense for the Israeli Navy to examine the feasibility of installing the Eco Wave Power technology in the Bases of the Navy.
25 Jun 2021
Eco Wave Power Installs Wave Measurement Buoy in Portugal
Eco Wave Power is pleased to announce that Capitania do Porto do Douro (Port Authority of the Douro), in Portugal, has provided an approval for the installation of a Spotter Buoy in proximity to Barra do Douro breakwater, with the purpose of collecting wave data for Eco Wave Power's planned wave energy project in the region.
18 Jun 2021
Distributed Propulsion Aircraft Come to Market
The term distributed propulsion (DP) primarily refers to a fundamentally new form of wing that combines aerodynamics with thrust and zero emissions, resulting in numerous benefits.
11 Jun 2021
Manufacturing of Nano-Based Energy Storage Material Begins
NAWA Technologies has hit a significant milestone with the start of manufacturing of its revolutionary Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanotube material.
7 Jun 2021
EWPG Holding AB Announces Name Change to "Eco Wave Power Global AB"
EWPG Holding AB, onshore wave energy developer in Sweden, announces that the Company's name will change to "Eco Wave Power Global".
2 Mar 2021
Work on Sea Wall Begins for Landmark EWP-EDF One Wave Energy Project
Eco Wave Power has officially commenced preparation works for installation of floaters on the sea wall of the Port of Jaffa, Israel.
9 Feb 2021
Eco Wave Power Engineering Permit for EWP-EDF One Project
In a significant regulatory milestone, Eco Wave Power secured the engineering coordination permit from the Municipality of Tel-Aviv Jaffa needed for the cement works and installation of ten floaters for the EWP-EDF One wave energy project in the Port of Jaffa, Israel.
2 Feb 2021
Eco Wave Power Wins the Smart Port Challenge in Morocco
Eco Wave Power announces the winning of the Smart Port Challenge Competition. The goal of the challenge was to find disruptive solutions that will facilitate transit at Morocco's ports and improve port performance.
11 Dec 2020
Eco Wave Power Collaboration Agreement with Meridian Energy Australia
The purpose of the collaboration is for the parties to jointly investigate the development of commercial wave energy power projects in the Australian National Electricity Market .Eco Wave Power will recognize MEA as a supporting partner, lead the investigation into the application of wave energy in Australia and identify opportunities for the application of the Eco Wave Power Background IP.
30 Oct 2020
Eco Wave Power Enters MOU with MSMART Future Technology Co, Vietnam
Eco Wave Power announces the signing of an MOU with MSMART Future Technology, as the basis for the development of a 50MW wave energy array in Vietnam.
28 Oct 2020
Eco Wave Power Develops Wave Energy Power Plant Software
Eco Wave Power has developed a new software for real-time production verification. In addition to guaranteeing production efficiency, it also allows for the timely maintenance of the wave energy power plants.
27 Jun 2019
More trials for wave powered energy generator
Tiny living corals occupy vast extensions, forming a reef able to absorb much of the energy of waves in an efficient manner. This led to the idea of creating direct action turbines placed in series, composed of many blades simulating a coral reef.