Eco Wave Power has completed the installation of its second generation Power Plant in Israel.
The country really needs an upgrade to its power grid and power plants. The addition if electric light rails in its major cities and new train lines means an increasing demand for energy. So do hotter summers which mean greater use of sir conditioning.
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Also, electric cars seem to be the wave of the future. But Israel’s power grid is just not powerful enough to offer electricity for a few million vehicles in addition to everything else.
EWP stated that the company successfully performed wave pool testing as well as three years of real conditions testing to prove the durability of its components. Once proven, EWP started working on components upgrade and development of a unique automation system that serves to collect data and enables remote control, operation and maintenance of the power plant, while providing the grid with stable electric output.
Earlier this month, EWP installed the improved system in Jaffa Port, Israel. The upgraded power plant will be working with two floaters. One is “the 1st Generation Floater” and the other is the new and improved “2nd Generation Floater.”
“We have come up with smarter components, higher-grade materials, and state of the art controls and automation allowing us to control the system remotely while monitoring its important indicators; this is in parallel to our progress in the deployment of the new power plant in Gibraltar. We would like to invite all our potential partners, clients and investors to come and visit the power station in Jaffa and witness the tremendous efforts that were invested by us” Said David Leb and Inna Braverman, Founders of Eco Wave Power.