The Ocean Grazer is a novel ocean energy collection and storage device, designed to extract and store multiple forms of ocean energy. The Ocean Grazer differs from other wave energy devices by its adaptability that allows for an efficient energy extraction of heights of various waves and by its ability to provide a predictable and stable energy output, on demand. The device is currently being developed by the University of Groningen.

Technology Project

The system can adapt itself to extract energy in an efficient manner from wave heights varying between one to twelve meters and wave periods of four to twenty seconds. > Read more...

The development of the Ocean Grazer is led by the University of Groningen in collaboration with academic and business partners. > Read more...

Ocean Energy Media

Ocean energy is an appealing renewable energy resource with the potential to make a significant contribution to the energy grid of the future. > Read more...

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Learn more about the team of project members and researchers behind the development of the Ocean Grazer. > Read more...