Ocean Waves: The Future of Clean, Renewable Energy

Columbia Power Technologies, Inc. (C·Power) delivers the products the marine economy needs to change the ocean from a power desert into a power- and data-enriched environment.

As a worldwide leader in wave energy systems, C·Power is developing solutions that deliver reliable, cost-effective energy generation and storage that unlock innovation in critical industries such as offshore energy, defense and security, aquaculture, science and research, and communications. C·Power’s systems are easy to transport and deployable anywhere in the world for a wide range of applications, which reduce the cost of marine operations, energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions.

Survivable

Our system is designed for a long service life and to operate offshore in the widest range of sea conditions without shutting down in heavy seas or storms.

Cost Effective

Our approach to delivering a lower cost for our customers includes innovative design solutions that consider operational and logistical lifecycle costs and requirements.

Low Impact

We are committed to commercializing a system with the lowest stakeholder and environmental impact possible. New advances — like our reduced-impact mooring system — demonstrate this commitment.

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11Feb

C-Power Announces Groundbreaking Demonstration of Saab Sabertooth Autonomous Underwater Vehicle with SeaRAY Autonomous Offshore Power System

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C-Power today announced the addition of a groundbreaking demonstration of a Saab double-hull Sabertooth hybrid autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) to the six-month sea trial of the SeaRAY... Read More →
18Dec

4 Ways Autonomous Offshore Power Systems Will Transform the Ocean Economy

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In its most basic application, an AOPS is deployed primarily in support of an offshore asset, such as a subsea vehicle or a sensor package, or an activity, such as monitoring a decommissioned wellhead. The customer or... Read More →
16Dec

Read About C-Power and What’s in Store for 2021 in Offshore Engineer

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C-Power was mentioned in Offshore Engineer this week in reporter Elaine Maslin’s article, “What’s In Store for 2021? More Remote,... Read More →

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