Runner-up of pitch fest 2020, Wave Swell Energy is making strides with their King Island project in Tasmania. As an innovative, renewable energy company, Wave Swell is about to embark on Project Bluefire.
In this webinar we spoke with Wave Swell Energy, the Runner-up pitch in fest 2020 about Renewable Energy worldwide, their King Island Unit and their current raise with VentureCrowd at a 25% discounted share price.
Below are some of the key points we touched on:
- Tom Dennis Co-founder of Wave Swell introduction & background
- Wave Swell Energy Pitch Fest 2020
- Progression made & King Island Unit
- Project Bluefire
- Strategic growth plans
Joining us on the Panel
Steve Maarbani & Tim Denniss
Tom has a PhD in Mathematics and Oceanography. Tom invented the technology of WSE. He has served as the Australian government’s representative on the International Energy Agency’s Ocean Energy Systems Executive Committee, as well as on the Global Roundtable on Climate Change, an initiative of the Special Adviser to the Secretary General of the United Nations. Tom was the first person to be inducted into the International Ocean Energy Hall of Fame in 2007, and has served on the Australian Government’s Advisory Board for the Clean Energy Innovation Centre and the CSIRO Advisory Committee for the Australian Wave Energy Atlas Project. As Chair of WSE, Tom’s board responsibilities include technology and strategy.
Steven is a corporate lawyer and former PWC partner specialising in venture capital, funds management and financial services. He has advised on many of Australia's leading VC funds and co-founded VentureCrowd.