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Bombora Wave Power, an Enzen group company, is celebrating another innovation milestone after receiving government approval to deploy its mWave™ solution off the coast of Pembrokeshire in Wales.

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GREEN LIGHT: (l-r) Philip Hale, Business Development Manager for Bombora; Chris Williams, Commercial Manager for Bombora; Leslie Griffiths, Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs; Sam Leighton, MD of Bombora

Government agency Natural Resources Wales granted consent to the ground-breaking project – the first-ever marine energy licence granted in the country – enabling Bombora to test its innovative low-carbon technology.

Fully submerged on the sea floor so it doesn't disrupt ocean users and marine life, the 1.5MW mWave™ will be the most powerful wave energy converter ever built and support Wales's growing use of renewables.

The licence approval is a significant step forward for Bombora, the marine energy industry in Pembrokeshire and Wales's journey towards a sustainable, low-carbon future. To find out more about Bombora Wave Power, visit its website.

Published: 19 Nov 2019

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