Unlike solar or wind energy, ocean delivers waves energy 24/7. Waves get their energy from the wind. Wind comes from solar energy. Waves gather, store, and transmit this energy thousands of miles with little loss. As long as the sun shines, wave energy will never be depleted. It varies in intensity, but it is available twenty-four hours a day, 365 days a year. The map shows annual average wave power in kilowatts per metre of crest width for various sites around the world. Read more about the world wave energy resource


Wave Mill is the most efficient ocean wave energy converter. Wave Mill converts ocean wave energy into electricity. Unlike all other WEC designs, the Wave Mill uses oscillating water motion to create unidirectional air flow. Air flow feeds air turbine without the need for advanced mechanical or turbine systems. Furthermore we do not use any mechanical parts excluding only air-turbine wich generates power. Wave Mill is scalable. Its power output depends only on input from waves and unit width. Read more about Wave Mill technology

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Brochure, flyer, presentation:
The Wave Mill video presentation at SIM-PAC 2024
Wave Mill brochure
Wave Mill applications flyer
Presentation for the sand bypass system