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Buy an ocean energy converter from Swell Fuel. Our wave energy converters are available in 1000 and 5000 watts.
Call Swell Fuel for pricing and product licensing. 281-380-8954
Up-Date: Our wave energy buoy, above photo, has been in operation for 8 months so far, as of March. 4, 2010. It is anchored in the water at a 28 meter depth with a transmission line run to shore. The electricity is stored in batteries along with energy from solar panels and wind turbines, the energy is used to power electrical equipment on the island.
The Ocean Energy Converters Make Electricity Swell Fuel is an ocean energy company based in Houston, Texas. We invent, produce and manufacture small-scale "ocean energy" converters for research and testing purposes.
The buoy is a Lever Operated Pivoting Float with Generator and is Patented 1/12/07.
Tidal wave energy, ocean energy and other forms of waver power technologies are becoming increasingly popular as potential sources of alternative energy. With over 60 different prototypes, Swell Fuel is committed to providing the most cost-effective solution as an energy source.
The Swell Fuel "Lever Operated Pivoting Float" electricity generating buoys can be purchased for small scale testing purposes and our "wave energy" converters are available in 1000 watt and 5000 watt sizes.
The "wave energy" converter can be used to generate electricity that is sent to shore via marine grade electrical cable or used to supply power to marine industrial electrical equipment. The new and improved U shaped buoy (not shown) has structural fiberglass beams, rigid foam core, reinforced fiberglass shell and durable rails on the bottom for protection during handling. Larger units from Swell Fuel will be available upon request.
(The Swell Fuel "Lever Operated Pivoting Float" electricity generating buoy is not a Coast Guard approved device and is not intended for use on commercial waterways)
Ocean wave energy device buoy.
These "ocean wave energy" devices are not being marketed to consumers.
Above: Artist's conception of the ocean wave energy converter buoy at full scale.