"Ocean waves hold a tremendous amount of energy that is almost entirely untapped" -NASA
"Ocean wave energy is abundant, renewable, predictable and reliable"
"Commercial viability is just around the corner, and the global market, forecast to be worth £50 billion by 2050"
20 Megawatts per machine
Compared to other ocean energy technologies, the Jellyfish can be built to 20MW per unit
After two years of development and several prototypes, we developed the Jellyfish Technology. The simple design translates to low investment cost for the end user. Full understanding of how wave energy travels in the water has led to high efficiency numbers. The result are our units will have higher KW output and smaller footprint than any previous designs.
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Long Island, NY
October 21, 2015
Cleantech Innovator of the year award given to Brimes Energy!
Purely mechanical Desalination!
We have succeeded in desalinating salt water to fresh water. Please note is this is not seawater yet, but water + salt solution at a controlled TDS level (Total Dissolved Solids). As the device grows bigger, we should have enough power to desalinate seawater.
This was done using the same prototype but we removed the electrical generator and replaced it with our water desalination module. This is not wave energy to electric to desalination but direct wave energy to desalination- no electricity input. This will remove loses during elecrical conversion.
This technology could be useful for small to medium sized islands, even private islands that need fresh water and electricity all in one device.
Other applications are beach/ coastal areas like California, Hawaii even the Bahamas.
July 1, 2015
High absorbion efficiency!
Initial test results show a remarkable 55% absorption efficiency. Electrical efficiency is still low because of high mechanical losses.This is expected because of the roughness of the 3D printed transmission system. Electrical yield should go up as we use better components. Everything is still bootstrapped. Thanks to Stony Brook University for providing us with PhD mechanical engineering students to do the test.
June 13, 2015
Long Island Business News interview at our laboratory.
Watch our Inhouse Wave Tank - Built and designed by us
Upto 18" wave height
48" Wide X 40 Feet Long - 5000 Gallon
7.5 KW SERVO Controlled
I grew up in the Philippines, we have 7100 islands there. It's always been at the top of my mind to design this machine for them. That is the reason why our machines are low cost.
We have world changing technology, yet this is a very crowded space- all are trying to solve this problem and open this great opportunity. One day, wave farms will be as common as wind and solar farms- and we could be that one company who will do it.
We are differentiating ourselves from the others but producing real testing data. But data and protoyping cost money. Help us move forward towards commercialization.
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Our Address is :
1347 Lincoln Ave Unit 9
Holbrook NY 11741
October 21, 2015