Seabased joins OEE board as lead partner


Swedish wave developer Seabased is joining the Ocean Energy Europe board of directors as a lead partner.

As a member of the board, Seabased VP Marcelle Askew will play an role in steering the strategic direction of the association and in ensuring that wave energy reaches its full industrial potential.

Founded in 2001, Seabased is a pioneer in wave energy technology. It built the first grid-connected multi-generator wave park with 36 generators in Sotenäs, Sweden. The company has also completed demonstration and testing projects in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Ghana.

Seabased is currently working towards third party certification of its technology and on a collaborative software project, which will optimize each park to generate maximum power in a given wave climate. These projects signify a major step towards the global commercialization of wave energy, and both are co-funded by the EU’s INTERREG programme.

“The arrival of Seabased on the OEE board is a significant step for the growing wave energy sector. I have no doubt that Marcelle and the Seabased team will bring a wealth of experience and ideas to the table. I am looking forward to working with Seabased and OEE’s other wave energy board members on innovative approaches to driving forward the industrialization of the wave sector.”

Rémi Gruet, CEO of Ocean Energy Europe.

“I am delighted that Seabased is joining the OEE board of directors at this pivotal moment in wave energy’s development. OEE’s work is incredibly valuable to the ocean energy sector and I look forward to representing Seabased and wave technology in defining the direction and scope of the association’s activities. Seabased has a solutions-oriented approach to addressing the global energy and climate challenges, an ethos which I am certain is shared by the other board members.”

Marcelle Askew, VP Projects of Seabased.
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