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Sustainable energy harvesting solutions

  • cage aquaculture
  • Odas buoys
  • Mariculture

Smalle Tecnologies

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

  • SMALLE selected for the SME Instrument phase 2 grant by the H2020 programmeSeptember, 07 2017

    SMALLE selected for the SME Instrument phase 2 grant by the H2020 programme

    SMALLE Technologies has been selected to receive funding in the call H2020-SMEINST-2-2016-2017 of the SME Instrument phase 2 of the Horizon 2020 programme. This instrument helps high-potential SMEs to develop groundbreaking innovative ideas for products, services or processes that are ready to face global market competition. By the end of H2020, the SME instrument will have funded some 7500 SMEs in order to launch their products onto the market.
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  • Smalle Tech visits Repsol monobuoy in Tarragona harbourJuly, 12 2017

    Smalle Tech visits Repsol monobuoy in Tarragona harbour

    The Smalle team visited the Repsol Industrial Complex in Tarragona, guided by Roberto Jiménez from the Fundación Repsol and accompanied by the Repsol Complex technical managers. The main focus of the visit was on the monobuoy that Repsol uses to unload the oil tankers, particularly in its power requirements and instrumentation systems.
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