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Sustainable energy harvesting solutions

  • cage aquaculture
  • Odas buoys
  • Mariculture

Smalle Technologies

Smalle Technologies is a company that develops new methods of making the most out renewable and sustainable energy sources to address energy supply shortages of off-grid devices.

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Technology

Smalle Technologies develops generators that transform the energy contained in the waves into electricity to supply power to off-shore devices.

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Product

eForcis is a wave power generator specifically designed for AtoN and ODAS buoys.

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Product Overview

eForcis, the first electricity generator of its kind. It transforms the motion of the sea waves into electricity even when the sea is calm.

  • - Reliable
  • - Robust
  • - Minimum maintenance
  • - Easy integration
  • - Waterproof
  • - Environmentally friendly

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News section

  • Attendance to the AQUAHUB conferenceJune, 22 2018

    Attendance to the AQUAHUB conference

    Representatives of Smalle Tech attended the AQUAHUB conference, held in the Consejo Económico y Social headquarters (Madrid, Spain) on 19 June this year and jointly organised by the Spanish institutions APROMAR and REMA. The event, entitled ‘Competitiveness and Sustainability of the Spanish Aquaculture Companies in the context of Blue Growth in the EU’, was focused on the definition of the strategic guidelines of the Spanish Aquaculture sector in that aspect for the next 10 years.

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  • Smalle Tech article on the Acuiplus Cluster webpageJune, 12 2018

    Smalle Tech article on the Acuiplus Cluster webpage

    Smalle Technologies appears this month, June 2018, in an article on the webpage of the Spanish Aquaculture Cluster Acuiplus. The article deals with some aspects related to the activity of Smalle Tech, such as the technological changes or the sustainability concerns in the marine fish farm sector.

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