Bombora Wave Power is very pleased to announce the signing of a Technology Evaluation Agreement with Anoa Power of Indonesia. This agreement is a precursor to formulation of a manufacturing and distribution arrangement for Bombora Wave Energy Collectors (WEC) into Indonesia.
A partnership between Perth-based Bombora Wave Power and the University of Tasmania’s Australian Maritime College will advance into the next phase research into the optimal design for ocean wave energy converters.
Bombora Wave Power recently met with The Honourable Julie Bishop, Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party and Minister for Foreign Affairs, to present their innovative technology and discuss how the Australian Federal Government can foster innovation.
Bombora have been recognised yet again as an innovation leader amongst peers by being nominated as a finalist in the Woodside Oil and Gas encouragement award at the Western Australian Innovator of the Year awards.
Bombora has been awarded a CAESIE grant to assist with the development of its wave energy converter.
CAESIE is a bilateral partnership initiative programme between the European Union and Australia. The priming grants are specifically targeted to establish science and technology collaboration and partnership between small to medium enterprises (SMEs) and researchers (in Europe).