, Middle East
Photo from Eco Wave Power.

Israel wave project starts operations

The project has an installed capacity of 100 KW.

The EWP-EDF One Wave project has started its operations and sent clean electricity to the Israeli National Electrical Grid.

In a statement, Eco Wave Power Global said the project, located at the Port of Jaffa, has a 100 kilowatt (KW) installed capacity, comprising 10 floaters.

Eco Wave said its engineering team is working on performing calibration of the automation system of the power plant and examining the equipment’s durability and operation.

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The power station withstood up to 3.5 metres of waves during a recent storm, with no damage to any of the floater’s mechanisms.

The power station also reached peak energy of around 32.4 KW sent to the grid, and a stable average power output of around 10 KW per hour during the first set of tests.

The project was first connected to the grid in August 2023.

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