Press Release

WaveSub hires helping hand

by MPS • October 24, 2016

Severn Subsea Technologies has made significant headway, since being awarded a contract to design elements of the control and electrical systems for WaveSub.


MPS bags Innovate UK funding for next-gen WaveSub

by MPS • October 19, 2016

MPS has received £200,000 from Innovate UK to develop the next-generation WaveSub wave energy device.


ASTUTE 2020 helping MPS de-risk wave energy technology

by MPS • August 31, 2016

MPS has engaged with Advanced Sustainable Manufacturing Technologies (ASTUTE 2020) to undertake research infinite element simulations that will allow MPS to de-risk the build and test-stage of the WaveSub power take off float.


MPS Completes Scaled Tank Testing of WaveSub

by MPS • August 5, 2016

Tank testing at Plymouth University’s coastal, ocean and sediment transport (COAST) laboratory completed.


Leading wave energy technology developer

by MPS • August 5, 2016

MPS set to fabricate its WaveSub device in Pembroke Port in south West Wales and has committed to achieving 50 percent of its supply chain in Wales.


In depth approach to wave energy

by MPS • July 27, 2016

The results of our work to date have proven that the WaveSub solves the key challenges that face wave energy devices.


Swansea-based Wave Energy Company Signs Contract with Hunger Hydraulic

by MPS • July 18, 2016

Hunger Hydraulic is providing MPS with hydraulic cylinders for the WaveSub’ power take off system.


Wave Energy Firm Collaborates with Swansea University for Scholarship Programme

by MPS • July 7, 2016

MPS have entered into collaboration with Swansea University to develop a mechanical engineering PhD, to help progress production of the company’s WaveSub.


Marine Power Systems’ Chairman to Speak at Industry Conference

by MPS • June 28, 2016

Dr Graham Foster announced as one of the leading speakers at the UK Marine Energy Conference 2016.


UK Marine Energy Conference closes in

by MPS • June 22, 2016

MPS set to attend UK Marine Energy Conference in Glasgow.