Harnessing the incredible power of ocean waves

Game-Changing Technology

Oscilla Power's Triton wave energy converter will deliver cost competitive, utility-scale energy by combining best-in-class energy capture and energy production with unparalleled reliability and survivability.
TRITON WEC™

Oscilla Power’s Triton wave energy converter will deliver an average power of more than 600kW in energetic locations worldwide.  They can be arrayed together to form utility-scale power plants. Learn more about how Triton will unlock the potential of wave energy.

WAVE ENERGY

Despite its massive potential as a source for renewable energy, the ocean is unlikely to contribute meaningfully to electricity supplies without dramatic, innovation-driven improvements in average energy production, installed capital cost and reliability that deliver cost-competitive electricity to the grid.

BLOOMBERG FEATURE

Bloomberg just released an insightful video news story on Oscilla Power and our Triton wave energy converter. Learn more about our unique approach to capturing wave energy.

Science Nation Video Feature

TAPPING A MASSIVE RESOURCE

Despite its enormous potential as a source for renewable energy, the ocean has not contributed meaningfully to electricity supplies. Oscilla Power has found a new way to tap into this promising resource.
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PROPRIETARY DRIVE-TRAIN TECHNOLOGY

Backed by 16 granted and many more pending patents, the Triton WEC is uniquely positioned to deliver cost competitive, utility-scale energy.
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PROGRESSIVE RISK REDUCTION

Founded in 2010, Oscilla Power hydrodynamic and power generation models have been validated with extensive lab and wave tank testing along with three ocean tests of sub-scale prototypes.
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NEWS

Latest Headlines

Oscilla Power Featured in Fast Company

Oscilla Power was included in a World Changing ideas article in Fast Company, entitled: Could wave power be the next boom in renewable energy? Several devices that generate electricity from the movement of waves are about to begin large-scale testing in Hawaii. In a shipyard in Portland, Oregon, a massive new energy generating device is […]

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DOE picks Oscilla Power as Winner in Marine Energy R&D Program

January 9 (Renewables Now) – The US has selected 12 projects to get USD 25 million (EUR 21.8m) in financing in support of research aimed at cutting costs and accelerating the deployment of marine energy devices, as well as testing new concepts. The funds will be provided by the Department of Energy (DOE), through its […]

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