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What does PWP stand for?
PWP stands for Pelamis Wave Power (formerly Ocean Power Delivery; Edinburgh, Scotland, UK; est. 1998)
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READING, England, November 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Custom built cloud & connectivity solution frees Pelamis engineers to focus on developing renewable energy technology Cloud, connectivity and hosting provider, Pulsant, is supporting Pelamis Wave Power by helping to manage, backup and store data vital to the development of its world-leading wave energy technology.
Visiting Pelamis Wave Power at Leith Docks in Edinburgh, he announced the funding to help develop marine energy devices from the prototype stage to "bigger formations in the sea".
United Kingdom-based Pelamis Wave Power manufactures these unique systems and operates wave farms off the coasts of Scotland and Portugal.
Meanwhile, British company Pelamis Wave Power, the partner for technology in the project, announced in February that it had signed a contract with EON-UK, a subsidiary of EON, the leading energy group in Germany, to develop a similar project in Scotland using a new generation of power converters.
Last November, Pelamis Wave Power became the first to commercially generate ocean power off the coast of Portugal by installing three steel "sea snakes" on the ocean floor.
ENERGY FROM THE ROLLING SEA "Think of waves as concentrated wind power," says Max Carcas, business development director at Pelamis Wave Power in Edinburgh, Scotland.
At the heart of the Aguçadoura power station are three cylindrical wave-energy converters, designed and built by the Edinburgh-based company Pelamis Wave Power.