Harness the Power of the Ocean
Powerful, Energy Dense, the Best Battery on Earth
The ocean is our most underutilized energy resource.
C-Power delivers this renewable energy resource to the world, both through low-power solutions that bring energy and the cloud to the sea and large-scale solutions that help decarbonize terrestrial grids.
Our products deliver persistent power for robust data collection and real-time transmission to the cloud.
We reduce cost, complexity and emissions and increase safety for a variety of offshore operations.
Autonomous and Remotely Operated Vehicles
Unlock the potential of AUVs and ROVs with reliable power and bidirectional, real-time comms and data.
Non-Crewed Surface Vessels
USVs and electric ships are coming. One obstacle is recharging. We have your charging solution.
“Ocean farms” are the wave of the future. We’re developing large-scale solutions to power grids and minigrids.
Backed by Leading Partners
C-Power’s proprietary technology efficiently converts energy from ocean waves to generate significantly more energy than competing technologies. C-Power technologies offer an unmatched competitive advantage.
High System Power-to-Weight
Easy, Low Cost to Transport
VIDEO: The U.S. Department of Energy and U.S. Navy are longtime partners, investing significant resources into C-Power, because of its unmatched cap bilities. Saab calls C-Power systems the missing piece of the puzzle.”
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Lead the Future of the Ocean Economy
Find out how C-Power can be the missing piece of the puzzle to help you unlock a better way to do business in the ocean.
Marine Technology Features C-Power on Efforts to Power Up the ‘Blue Desert’
Marine Technology News published a feature on the future of energy at sea and how new technologies overcome the challenge of the “blue desert.”
How Ocean Energy Sets the Stage for Affordable Offshore Wind Energy
At the recent Oceanology International 2022 conference in London, one panel discussed the scale of the challenge presented by the…
University of Washington-APL Shows First Commercially Sold C-Power System in Action
The system was used to conduct a U.S. Navy-sponsored R&D project to investigate at-sea charging of unmanned underwater vehicles.