Seabased has been contracted by TC’s Energy, a Ghanaian renewable energy production company, to deliver a wave energy plant near Ada, Ghana. The 100 MW park is one of the first, and one the largest, commercial contracts in the fledgling wave energy industry.
Seabased, is partnering with Infocom Connect to provide renewable energy for commercial projects in Sri Lanka. The first project, a 1-to-5 MW installment, will power a fish farm. Fish farming is a mainstay of the country’s economy, especially as Sri Lanka has been working to reduce overfishing in the coastal waters and increase use of sustainable techniques for providing fish for consumption and export.
Seabased is planning to establish production facilities in Brevik, Norway. The Brevik facility will build and test Wave Energy Converters (WECs) that will be part of several upcoming projects, including a 100 MW installment off the coast of Ada, in Ghana, that may be the world’s first utility-scale commercial wave park.
Seabased, a Swedish wave energy company, is teaming up with Infocom Connect to provide clean, renewable, wave energy for commercial projects in the Canary Islands. The partnership will begin with a project for a pilot 5 MW installation to provide energy for a desalination plant, but could expand to address multiple energy needs, from automobile recharging stations to supplying the grid.