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Perpetuwave Power

The Perpetuwave Wave Harvester 20kW Pilot project aims to prove the world beating economics and survivability of the technology.

  • Stage Concept Only
  • Industry Not Set
  • Location St Lucia, QLD, Australia
  • Currency AUD
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Company Summary

Perpetuwave Power is developing its unique Wave Harvester technology that aims to transform the global wave power industry. The high efficiency Hybrid Float technology at the heart of the design has been independently verified to extract and convert to electricity, between 20-40% of the wave's energy.

This is believed to be a world first and the high survival design which is based on proven offshore O&G platforms ensures design integrity.


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    Glen Allan Dullaway

    Managing DIrector
    Dip ME/ BM
    The company is headed by Glen Dullaway who founded Perpetuwave 8 years ago to design and develop a world beating wave powered electricity converter. Glen has managed the technology and company development processes admirable consistently meeting milestones as the company drives towards product proofing and subsequent commercialisation of the Wave Harvester technology.

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    Mike Woodrow

    Non-Executive Director
    BVSc (Hons)
    Mike brings strategic, management and operational skills in the area of long term project management, having worked with CSIRO in the research, development and commercialisation of world first technologies. He is the managing director of companies operating and consulting in engineering and manufacturing industries and has extensive experience in business development.
    Mike has also guided his own company fr

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    Stewart Gow

    Non-Executive Director
    Stewart has an extensive history with grooming start up technology development companies and has previously assisted several in the renewable energy and software sectors. He developed the award-winning “Qld Capital Raising Pipeline” business mentoring and investment readiness programmes operating in 13 cities. He co-founded Brisbane Angels, Brisbane Clean Technology Angels and the Australian Ass