Shell Future Impact Award

Shell Future Impact Award

Shell awarded the Future Impact Award to 24-year old Samuel Etherington founder of Aqua Power Technologies – a revolutionary wave power energy generator. This award is for innovative and potentially industry-changing ideas, and Samuel hugely impressed the judges...
The Telegraph

The Telegraph

Shoulder to shoulder with Isambard Kingdom Brunel – A member of Semta’s Engineering Hall of Fame, Sam Etherington, aged just 24, has proved that pursuing a childhood interest can lead to something truly remarkable.Young British engineer and entrepreneur...
Shell LiveWIRE Award

Shell LiveWIRE Award

Aqua Power Technologies is developing an innovative, financially feasible, and mechanically sound solution to convert wave energy into electricity. The wave energy converters, designed and fabricated by Aqua Power Technologies, are deployed within the offshore...
BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

Libby Purves is joined by engineer Sam Etherington; Royal Marine turned actor Cassidy Little; ceramicist Emma Bridgewater and anthropologist and writer Professor Merry ‘Corky’ White. Sam Etherington recently joined Britain’s engineering Hall of Fame...
ASME

ASME

Sam Etherington, founder of Renewable Wave Power, Lancaster, UK, is willing to take a chance. Admittedly, he can be headstrong when someone tells him he can’t do something. He kiteboards. The latter is actually part of the reason he’s the youngest person ever...