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  • Published on Wednesday, 15 May 2013 11:44

    Langlee in TV Canarias news

    TV Canarias news publishes a 2 minutes report  about Langlee. Inteview with Jose Luis Roger, Project Manager and Simone Meme, Site Development,  both engineers working from our office in Las Palmas de G.C.

    Video in spanish with english subtitles: extract from TV Canarias.

  • Published on Tuesday, 30 Apr 2013 12:46

    Langlee engages IDOM for industrializing its generator system

    The Spanish engineering company IDOM has been choosen for detail engineering of the Langlee generator system, to continue the concept studies by the Norwegian companies NEBB and Scana.

    NEBB and Scana both have a long track record within offshore engineering, NEBB within subsea electro and control systems, Scana is specialized in bearings and gasket solutions offshore. IDOM is working in the field of energy, infrastructures, architectures and consultancy with more than 2,500 employees, and offices in 16 countries over 5 continents.

    In October 2012, the Norwegian offshore engineers completed the concept study of the generator system for the 100 kW wave energy converter, named Langlee Robusto.

    IDOM was engaged for detail engineering and industrialization of the Robusto. The new version of the generator system and power electronics, is purely based on standard components and proven solutions, and prepared for volume production.

  • Published on Thursday, 14 Mar 2013 11:54

    Langlee participates in the III International Marine Event (FIMAR)

    In the event that took place in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria during the 8-10th of March 2013, Simone Meme and Jose Luis Roger, as representatives of Langlee, gave a quick overview of Langlee to the attendees and media.

    Mr. Roger stated, “The marine energy in the Canaries is a high energy resource. From a theoretical analysis it is possible to see that the wave energy potential of the northern coast of Gran Canaria, would cover half of the archipelagos energy demand”. Mr. Meme also affirmed that “Langlee will enhance the local industry and create skilled workforce”, as Langlee is finishing to close deals with local partners to build the generators.

    The Langlee Robusto prototype will be tested in PLOCAN late this year.

    Mr. Cardona, the mayor of Las Palmas de G.C, highlighted the potential economic activity growth and high job capacity creation in the sector. FIMAR is an event that allows the marine sector of the islands to show its commercial offer, and the opportunity to generate business around the sea.

    Mr. Meme closed its intervention declaring that” Langlee is a very viable technology that will surely succeed”.


    Video (in spanish): extract from TV Canarias.

  • Published on Friday, 18 Jan 2013 14:30

    Langlee opens an office in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria

    Langlee Wave Power AS keeps growing, opening an office in the Canaries through its Spanish subsidiary Langlee Wave Power S.L.U. The office is located in the Scientific and Technological Park of Tafira, in the Las Palmas de Gran Canaria University Campus.

    The Scientific and Technological Park aims to set up a space for knowledge enhancement, development and business innovation in the Islands.

    Setting up this new office is a natural step for Langlee, as the company will focus all its business strategy on the Canarian market, where it will move some of it’s R&D activities, in order to prepare the local fabrication of the wave energy converters.

    At the same time a new employee joined the team. José Luis Roger Perdomo, a Naval Engineer who will work as a Project Manager for the prototype fabrication which is expected to start soon in Las Palmas.José Luis, will join Simone Meme in the office, a Renewable Energy Engineer, responsible for site development in Canaries and environmental impact studies.