European Marine Energy Center

European Marine Energy Center

A wave energy generator, modelled on wave data provided by EMEC, has won the UK round of James Dyson’s engineering award. The 40th scale prototype, developed by engineering graduate Sam Etherington, showed promising results following testing at Lancaster University’s...
Wired

Wired

Sam Etherington is this year’s UK national James Dyson Award winner. The Brunel University student has devised a multi-axis wave energy converter that, unlike existing wave converters, can absorb forces from waves on any axis from any direction, making it both...
BBC News

BBC News

A wave power generator that can harvest energy no matter which way the sea is running has won the UK round of James Dyson’s engineering award. The Renewable Wave Power generator seeks to overcome the limitations of some current wave power technologies. These...