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Finland’s AW-Energy confirmed a place among the front runners to get an industrial-size wave-power device flowing commercially onto a national grid when a consortium it leads inked a €3m ($4.4m) deal with the EU to deploy a ‘semi-scale’ version of its WaveRoller off Portugal.

WaveRoller underwater device gets ready to rock

Finland’s AW-Energy confirmed a place among the front runners to get an industrial-size wave-power device flowing commercially onto a national grid when a consortium it leads inked a €3m ($4.4m) deal with the EU to deploy a ‘semi-scale’ version of its WaveRoller off Portugal.

Finland’s AW-Energy confirmed a place among the front runners to get an industrial-size wave-power device flowing commercially onto a national grid when a consortium it leads inked a €3m ($4.4m) deal with the EU to deploy a ‘semi-scale’ version of its WaveRoller off Portugal.