OUR STORY

NeptuneWave.ca is combining proven test units backed by decades of government funded wave energy research with a revolutionary wave engine technology to make a new commercial method for firm base load electrical production with no CO2 emissions.


The significant wave energy problem is solving the challenge first articulated by Niels and Keld Hansen in 2000 (Wave Star Denmark), “to create a regular output of energy from periodic ocean swells and waves that are 5-10 seconds apart”.


NeptuneWave’s system combines stable and sea worthy point absorbers with their patented direct drive multi directional input PTO and solves the Wave Star challenge as their test results show continuous electrical output producing firm power for over 8,000 hours per year.


NeptuneWave proposes that the minimum standard test of a viable wave energy system is that the output electricity will keep a number of old incandescent light bulbs on, without flickering, 24/7 for a month under the different wave conditions at the site, and that proponents publish verifiable electrical output from waves of various sizes as Resen Wave (Denmark) does.


By modifying their direct drive PTO-generator, NeptuneWave can output continuous power (run the light bulb) for approximately 8,000 hours per year. NeptuneWave believes that wave energy will produce as much power globally as solar and wind combined by 2040, significantly reducing carbon worldwide emissions (GHG) and H2O consumption by traditional fossil fuel & nuclear electrical power plants..

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CEO  Project Manager
Charles Haynes
BA, (Hons); B Appl.Sc. (Architecture)
CFO & Carbon Emission Credits
Elizabeth Vander Zaag
MA, (UBC)

Contact Charles: charles@neptunewave.ca

CBD
Richard Evans
MBA, CBV ASA (Business Development)
SF
Nils Meyer
Red Seal BCIT (Journeyman Joiner)

Combining proven test units backed by decades of government-funded wave energy research with a
revolutionary wave engine technology to add a new commercial method for firm base load electricity
production that is carbon emission free and competitively priced