Aegir Wave Power has been set up to explore wave power development opportunities in Scottish Waters and plans to deploy Pelamis wave energy converters on developed sites.

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Monday, February 18, 2013

Stormy Seas in Shetland

A large storm bringing gale force winds and high seas swept across the Atlantic at the beginning of February, hitting Scotland and bringing waves to some areas in excess of 20m height, even taller than a five storey building. more

Aegir Wave Power is a joint venture company between Scottish wave power technology developer, Pelamis Wave Power, and Swedish energy utility, Vattenfall.  Aegir is developing a 10MW wave farm off the southwest coast of Shetland.  The farm, which was awarded an agreement for lease from The Crown Estate in May 2011, will consist of between 10 to 14 Pelamis wave machines.

The project has been made possible by plans for a High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) link to export electricity from Shetland to the Scottish mainland.

To find out about the waverider buoy currently deployed off the west coast of Shetland, see this page of our website.

A joint venture between:

Pelamis Wave PowerVattenfall