Marine Power Systems plots multi-megawatt wave energy demonstrator in Orkney

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The PelaGen wave energy converters on PelaFlex platform 3 | Credit: Marine Power Systems
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The PelaGen wave energy converters on PelaFlex platform 3 | Credit: Marine Power Systems

Firm plans to test out its PelaGen wave energy convertor (WEC) array for a year at the European Marine Energy Centre in Scotland

Marine energy developer Marine Power Systems (MPS) has announced plans to demonstrate its novel multi-megawatt wave energy technology at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Orkney, Scotland...

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