New AquaGen Patent Short-Cuts Path To Lucrative Market

New AquaGen Patent Short-Cuts Path To Lucrative Market

In a major breakthrough, AquaGen has patented a new technology which short-cuts the traditio... Read More

Waves could power Melbourne by 2050: CSIRO

Waves could power Melbourne by 2050: CSIRO

AquaGen’s SurgeDrive technology has been highlighted in a milestone report released by the ... Read More

Worley study reports that SurgeDrive will be competitive with wind and solar

Worley study reports that SurgeDrive will be competitive with wind and solar

Internationally renowned engineering consultants Worley Parsons have released an independent repo... Read More

Renewable Wave Energy - AquaGen Technologies

AquaGen is a technology company specialising in solutions to deliver clean, renewable ocean energy.

Our key technology, known as SurgeDrive®, is a groundbreaking wave energy system which harnesses the energy of ocean waves to produce electricity or desalinated water.

In November 2013 AquaGen patented a new technolgy called RigDrive® which is a retrofittable module which will tap into the potential energy of an existing rig technology, transforming it from an energy consuming to an energy generating product.

The worlds oceans represent a vast, untapped energy source, ready to be harnessed with the right technology.  However to date, wave power has been prohibitively expensive to capture and has been unable to withstand the enormous power of the ocean during storms.

 SurgeDrive® overcomes these problems to allow for significantly lower cost wave energy extraction and storm survival.  The SurgeDrive® technology is already generating electricity at our first demonstration site in Australia - Read More.

RigDrive®  does not need to overcome such problems as it adds on to existing subsea insfrastructure to provide a short-cut path to market.  For more information please refer to the Technologies section of this website and see our news story on the advances this cutting edge technology brings to the sector.