AOE Joins with The University of Victoria and The West Coast Wave Initiative

From left: Bryson Robertson, Jim Matei, and Helen Bailey at West Coast Wave Initiative Centre at UVic. This article originally appeared in West Shore Voice News March 18, 2016 (WSV Vol. 1 No. 20) SAT MARCH 19 ~ VICTORIA: AOE Accumulated Ocean Energy of Sooke, BC is pleased to announce the joining with the University of Victoria and the West …

Combining Wave Energy with Wind and Solar: Short-term Forecasting

While wind and solar have been the leading sources of renewable energy up to now, waves are increasingly being recognized as a viable source of power for coastal regions. This study analyzes integrating wave energy into the grid, in conjunction with wind and solar. The Pacific Northwest in the United States has a favorable mix of all three sources.

AOE Highlighted in DEC Letter to Prime Minister

Decentralised Energy Canada (DEC) is a technology accelerator dedicated to promoting the development of decentralized or distributed energy in Canada. Recently they sent newly elected Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau a letter of congratulations and introduction.  In their letter, DEC highlights AOE as one of several companies that are “on track for similar growth and success” as some of their already …