The Wave & Tidal Energy Directory

The Community of Change Makers in ONE Place

The Cleantech Directory

Industries:
  • Biofuels  (336)
  • Biopackaging  (128)
  • Carbon Capture  (39)
  • Consultants  (461)
  • EV Charging & Infrastructure  (183)
  • Energy & Storage  (338)
  • Fuel Cells & Hydrogen  (132)
  • Geothermal  (239)
  • Hydropower  (40)
  • IT, AI & Software  (222)
  • Insurance & Underwriting  (33)
  • Interest Organisations  (147)
  • Investors & Finance  (177)
  • Legal Advisors  (114)
  • PR Companies  (30)
  • PV & Thermal Solar  (1076)
  • Recruitment  (116)
  • Recycling  (382)
  • Renewable Utilities  (10)
  • Research  (74)
  • Smart Grids, Cities & Buildings  (260)
  • Wave & Tidal Energy  (65)
  • Wind  (505)
Industries:
  • 197
  • 198
  • 200
  • 201
  • 203
  • 204
  • 205
  • 206
  • 207
  • 210
  • 361
  • 208
  • 209
  • 211
  • 213
  • 214
  • 215
  • 216
  • 217
  • 218
  • 219
  • 220
  • 221
Countries:
Countries:

Your business is not here? Contact us today to get listed

Add My Business

Aqua Power Technologies

Designers, developers and manufacturers of innovative products and environmentally sensitive systems for generating power from marine environments.

AWS Ocean Energy

AWS Ocean Energy provides enabling technologies and related professional services to the emerging marine energy sector. Our current focus is on the development of wave power generation technology for Wave Energy Scotland.

Baileys and Partners

Baileys and Partners have considerable expertise in the energy sector having promoted projects from conception and feasibility stages through to design, planning and build. We have experience in hydropower, tidal energy, wind, solar, heat pumps, hydrogen and battery storage.

Blue Motion Energy

Blue Motion Energy is technology in creating sustainable energy from natural sources. Our technical facilities make it possible to absorb wave, tides and wind energy with just one turbine.

Bombora

Bombora has developed a membrane style wave energy converter called an mWave™. Resting on the sea floor, similar to a fully submerged reef, it is invisible from the shoreline. As ocean waves pass over the mWave, the membrane pumps air through a turbine to generate electricity. Bombora is currently setting up operations in Europe to complete the product development of the mWave and engage the supply chain.

Carnegie

Carnegie is the owner and developer of the CETO® technology, which captures energy from ocean waves and converts it into electricity.

Your business is not her ? Contact us today to get listed.

Add My Business

Join Our Newsletter

Are you a keen follower of cleantech? Sign up to our newsletter now to stay up to date on all the latest cleantech trends and read interviews from experts.

    I accept the Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy

    Register and Receive the Latest Issue for Free

    Register Here