WAVESTAR

The concept was invented by sailing enthusiasts Niels and Keld Hansen in 2000. The challenge was to create a regular output of energy from ocean swells and waves that are 5-10 seconds apart. This was achieved with a row of half-submerged buoys, which rise and fall in turn as the wave passes, forming the iconic part of Wavestar’s design. This allows energy to be continually produced despite waves being periodic.

WAVESTAR

Réseaux

  • Pôle Mer Méditerranée
  • TVT Innovation

Coordonnées

Park Allé 350A DK 2605 Brondby

N'est pas hébergée par TVT

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