Full Consent Granted to Deploy and Test the World’s Most Powerful Wave Energy Device in Welsh Waters. Bombora has received the green light for both its on-shore and off-shore licence applications for the deployment and testing of their mWave™ wave energy technology off the coast of Pembrokeshire, Wales. This is the first Marine Licence to be granted for a wave energy device in Wales.
Following his recent visit to Bombora HQ, Counsel General and Brexit Minister, Jeremy Miles, who is responsible for EU funding Wales, said “The partnership between Welsh Government and experts in sustainable energy like Bombora are vital to our plans to meet the shared challenges of global climate change. I was delighted to visit Pembroke Dock to view this highly innovative marine energy technology, which will make full use of the Welsh coast’s unique natural wave and tide resources……”
Going from strength to strength, now with twenty-four full time staff, Perth-born wave power company Bombora is thriving in its new welsh home.
Bombora has secured a seven-figure working capital facility with the Development Bank of Wales
Bombora is pleased to announce the award of a key contract for the fabrication of the cell modules for the mWave energy demonstration project to Pembrokeshire fabricator Altrad Services. The 1.5MW demonstration device will be one of the most powerful wave energy converters built.
Taking time out of his busy parliamentary schedule, Simon Hart MP visited Bombora for an update on Bombora’s innovative mWave Pembroke demonstration project being conducted at Pembroke Dock.