Columbia Power has been selected as one of the Finalists in the 2015 Defense Energy Technology Challenge. The Challenge is part of the annual Asia Pacific Clean Energy Summit, to… read more →
From the Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center’s Wave & Current Times: The halls of Corvallis-based Columbia Power Technologies, a global leader in developing direct-drive wave energy systems, are jammed… read more →
Columbia Power has been rated #1 by Frost & Sullivan in 2014 for “Technology Innovation” in the North American Wave Power Market. From the announcement: “This recognition is founded on… read more →
Great #ARPAE15 tweet from @WaveEnergyPrize showing scaled prototype of Columbia Power’s earlier SeaRAY design. For more about #WaveEnergyPrize, go here.
CORVALLIS, Ore. – A new analysis suggests that large-scale wave energy systems developed in the Pacific Northwest should be comparatively steady, dependable and able to be integrated into the overall… read more →
Original post from the US Department of Energy: Ryan Sun Chee Fore, Marine and Hydrokinetic Technology Manager With up to 1,400 terawatt hours of potential power generation per year, our nation’s… read more →
The US Department of Energy (DOE) has selected Columbia Power to receive a $3,000,000 grant to fund the LandRAY project – the build and test of the Company’s first large-diameter,… read more →
Columbia Power Technologies has selected Siemens Industry’s segmented rotary generator for use in Columbia Power’s utility-scale wave energy system, the StingRAY. The patented, third-generation StingRAY is a floating, offshore wave… read more →