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Ocean Oasis joins GCE Ocean Technology

Norway’s GCE Ocean Technology has welcomed Oslo-based Ocean Oasis as its new member.

Ocean Oasis develops a wave-powered desalination solution to deliver fresh water to shore with zero emissions

The company gets support from the early-stage accelerator and venture capitalist Antler in Oslo and EU Climate KIC.

Earlier this year, Swedish wave power company Ocean Harvesting Technologies (OHT) also became a member of GCE Ocean Technology.

Since 2017, the Swedish company has been focusing on InfinityWEC.

Each individual wave power plant can produce up to 500 kW of average power and 2 GWh annually.

OHT recently secured €300k in funding from the Swedish Energy Agency for InfinityWEC power take-off and control system project.

The main objective of the project is to design, build and test the InfinityWEC PTO in scale 1/10, with all main features of the machine and control system included.

The system will be tested in a hardware-in-the-loop test rig setup that will simulate the wave-buoy interaction, i.e. the PTO will function as in a real sea trial, but in a fully controlled environment.

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