Wello’s Penguin arrives to Orkney

Penguin wave energy device has reached Orkney ahead of scheduled deployment at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC).

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Penguin skips Wave Hub on its way to EMEC

CEFOW project has changed the deployment plans for Wello’s Penguin wave energy converter, choosing the European ...

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Penguin ready for Wave Hub waters

Finland-based wave energy developer, Wello, has unveiled plans to deploy its Penguin wave energy device at Wave Hub ...

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Penguin to take the plunge in Korea

Finnish wave energy developer Wello has teamed up with Korean company BSR to establish a wave energy demonstration ...

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Wello makes Chief Executive changes

Finnish wave energy developer Wello has appointed new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The news comes following the ...

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A&P Falmouth to refit Wello’s Penguin

A&P Falmouth has won the contract to refit Wello Oy’s Penguin wave energy device ahead of its Wave Hub ...

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Image of the day: Wello’s Penguin WEC in Falmouth

Following an 8 day tow from Scotland, where it has been on trials since 2013, the Penguin wave energy converter has ...

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Penguin seen off Cornwall

Penguin wave energy device, developed by the Finnish wave energy company Wello Oy, has arrived to Falmouth harbour ...

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VIDEO: Wello’s Penguin wave energy device

Wello, a Finnish wave energy player, has developed the Penguin wave energy device that produces power by riding the ...

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CEFOW project set to advance wave energy

EU-funded CEFOW research project aims to accelerate wave power development, decrease the levelised cost of ocean ...

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Wello joins Ocean Energy Europe

Wello, a Finnish wave energy developer, has become a member of Ocean Energy Europe. Wello has developed a Penguin ...

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Wello extends contract with EMEC for Penguin testing

Finnish wave energy developer Wello Oy is extending its testing programme at the European Marine Energy Centre ...

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