WET Energy Clean Energy

The WET Energy has launched its WWT in-flow energy harvesting technology for river and tidal energy projects that results in a less expensive, faster and more certain development pathway.

Water Wall Turbine Dent Island Tidal Power Generation Project information can be viewed on the Natural Resources Canada website.

WET Energy Generation Systems for Tidal and River Stream are designed for maximum extraction efficiency while minimizing capital and operational costs.

They operate on the surface where current speeds are the strongest.

The proprietary design of the floating vessel provides a stable, secured platform for the total powertrain, providing for safe operation and ease of maintenance. Its unique deep-hull structure serves to accelerate the speed of the current to the turbine.

Individual systems are scalable from 0.5 MW to 2 MW. They can also be configured in parallel arrays for larger projects.