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Wave Techs material is a nano-tech film which may be applied to new or existing biological systems in order to increase outputs and decrease operating expenses. The film can dramatically reduce cooling costs by rejecting heat from the sun while increasing algae growth rate. Initially, production of high-value outputs such as nutraceuticals and pharmaceuticals will be targeted. future markets may include basic terrestrial crops.

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Wave Tech Patents

Wave Tech has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Embedded systems
  • Environmental engineering
  • Microcontrollers
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6/16/2017

9/24/2019

Microcontrollers, Sanitation, Embedded systems, Environmental engineering, Sewerage

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Application Date

6/16/2017

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9/24/2019

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Related Topics

Microcontrollers, Sanitation, Embedded systems, Environmental engineering, Sewerage

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Grant

Latest Wave Tech News

Irish Wave Tech Goes To Hawaii For $12 million project Testing

Dec 16, 2019

The wave energy device by Ocean Energy Ltd, funded by the Government of Ireland through the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), has reached a major milestone as it embarks on a one-year testing cycle in Hawaii. The Cork-based company will be testing its 500kW wave energy converter at the U.S. Navy Wave Energy Test Site in the Hawaiian Island of Oahu. The project involves a significant collaboration between SEAI and the U.S. Department of Energy’s  Office (DOE)  who have co-funded the $12 million project with Ocean Energy Ltd. The floating structure, which is as tall as a three-storey building and over 35 metres in length, uses wave power to turn turbines and generate electricity. The OE Buoy has been in development for 15 years and this version will be capable of producing enough electricity to power 500 homes. Irish Wave Tech Goes To Hawaii For $12 million project Testing Commenting on the milestone, William Walsh, Chief Executive of SEAI said: “This is the first time an Irish wave energy company has progressed to this scale. SEAI has supported Ocean Energy Ltd from small scale tank testing in Cork, to quarter scale testing in our Galway Bay test site, to this near full-scale device in Hawaii. Reaching Hawaii is a major achievement for offshore renewables. The team are trailblazers in this emerging sector and we are very excited to see the results of the next 12 months of testing.” Daniel Simmons, Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy at the U.S. Department of Energy remarked: “The year-long test represents a fantastic opportunity to continue to demonstrate and validate new innovations that will dramatically lower costs for wave energy systems.” Tim Ramsey, Manager of the Marine Energy R&D Program at the Energy Department also said: “The international collaboration on this project has proved really beneficial. One challenge in the emerging ocean energy sector is pulling together all the diverse skillsets and necessary resources to carry out large and very technically complicated tests in harsh ocean environments. This project has benefitted significantly by leveraging innovation, engineering expertise and funding from both Ireland and the U.S.” Success in Hawaii will allow Ocean Energy Ltd to be the first Irish company to develop commercial devices which can power homes, communities and businesses. Wave energy devices also have the benefit in that they can power more remote energy users such as offshore island communities or offshore fish-farms. Concluding Walsh said: “Ireland has one of the best offshore renewable energy resources in the world and a sea area ten times its landmass. Success in Hawaii would give us the ability to harness our ocean wealth to generate clean, renewable electricity. The development of this offshore renewable energy resource could be a significant component to overall energy policy in Ireland. Exploiting it will enable Ireland to develop an export market in green energy, deliver jobs to the economy, enhance security of energy supply and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.” For more details on the work that SEAI does visit  www.seai.ie For more information on the project, visit  www.oceanenergy.ie . See more stories here . More information about Irish Tech News and the Business Showcase FYI the ROI for you is => Irish Tech News now gets over 1.5 million monthly views, and up to 900k monthly unique visitors, from over 160 countries. We have over 860,000 relevant followers on Twitter on our various accounts & were recently described as Ireland’s leading online tech news site and Ireland’s answer to TechCrunch, so we can offer you a good audience! Since introducing desktop notifications a short time ago, which notify readers directly in their browser of new articles being published, over 16000 people have now signed up to receive them ensuring they are instantly kept up to date on all our latest content. Desktop notifications offer a unique method of serving content directly to verified readers and bypass the issue of content getting lost in people’s crowded news feeds. Drop us a line if you want to be featured, guest post, suggest a possible interview, or just let us know what you would like to see more of in our future articles. We’re always open to new and interesting suggestions for informative and different articles. Contact us, by email, twitter or whatever social media works for you and hopefully we can share your story too and reach our global audience. Irish Tech News If you would like to have your company featured in the Irish Tech News Business Showcase, get in contact with us at [email protected] or on Twitter: @SimonCocking

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