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Bombora Welcomes Welsh First Minister on a Virtual Tour of the World’s Most Powerful Wave Energy Converter

Bombora recently welcomed the Welsh First Minister, Mark Drakeford to Pembroke Dock via a video link to witness first-hand the industrial full scale mWave™ device being engineered and built in Wales, contributing to the global efforts for more consistent and reliable renewable energy generation. Short clip of the virtual tour After the tour the First Minister, Mark Drakeford commented: I was delighted to take part in the…
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Bombora Scale Up: Jobs and Operations

Bombora moved its operations to Pembrokeshire, Wales in 2017. Over time Bombora has grown significantly and developed a unique, high-end design and manufacturing capability, both internally and through the local supply chain. We now intend to consolidate and grow this capability by establishing a new “mWave Module Assembly Facility” within Pembroke Dock to complement our existing offices.

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Bombora and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Forge Partnership to Identify Marine Energy Project Opportunities in Japan

At a time when there is a strong push for offshore renewable power generation in Japan, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) have entered into an agreement with leading marine energy developer Bombora to identify wave energy potential across the region. Following the completion of a detailed internal technology review of Bombora’s unique mWave wave energy converter by the global marine transport group, MOL and Bombora are now…
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Project InSPIRE

Project InSPIRE has commenced.

Technip FMC and Bombora have entered into a partnership to develop a floating offshore energy platform, integrating wind with the innovative mWave technology.

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