WavePOD secures £2m funding from Wave Energy Scotland

James Phillips
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Funding aims to bolster research and support for innovative device, which is already yielding positive results from prototype testing

Wave Energy Scotland has granted £2m to support the development of a pioneering wave energy device dubbed WavePOD. The WavePOD (Wave Power Offtake Device) project, which launched last year, aims to...

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