By 2050 wave energy could produce 10% of the world's energy, saving millions of kilograms of CO2 from entering our atmosphere.
With the support from ENEL Green Power and Saipem, Wello will be undertaking a round of technology development in the coming months. Towing the Penguin Wave Energy Converter to Armintza and the latest schedule.
Survived Hurricanes off the coast of Scotland, all while producing clean energy direct to grid. Wello's Penguin Wave Energy converter is designed to be simple, survivable and the most environmentally neutral wave energy converter on the market. Able to be deployed next to any coastal city, to the most remote of islands or to the middle of the ocean.
Penguins are made to be deployed as a single unit or as a part of a larger array. Deployment, maintenance and running of the device have all been designed to to facilitate the end user and utilize the energy stored in waves
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A Clean Future
The Penguin is designed from the ground up with the planet in mind. Shape, moorings, components, operating principle, everything has been designed to be environmentally neutral.
From humble beginnings in the Finnish countryside to becoming a leading wave energy technology developer. Find out how Wello and its team of international experts operate.
Bring clean wave energy to your shores
After a decade of development thanks to a team of international experts the Penguin Wave Energy Converter is ready for commercial deployment. With millions of GW's of wave energy that has yet to be harnessed, visit our product page to see the first steps of deploying a wave energy park.
"No single form of energy will supply the world's energy demands in the years to come; solar, wind and now The Penguin WEC will transition us from traditional fuels to a more sustainable future" - Heikki Paakkinen, Founder and CEO, Wello Oy