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Pitchfest 2020 Series Episode 11 - Fanny Sauvignon from Ingine The Ocean Impact Podcast

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In episode 11 of the Ocean Impact Podcast ‘Pitchfest 2020 Series’ Nick Chiarelli speaks with Fanny Sauvignon, Business Development Manager at Ingine.

Ingine, a Pitchfest 2020 Finalist, are a South Korean startup with a mission to harness wave power to supply clean, sustainable, and affordable energy to remote island and coastal communities.

Offshore renewable energy systems face major challenges due to the violent and unpredictable characteristics of the open ocean. INGINE use a novel approach to creating ocean energy through a system that remains attached to land, minimising these risks.

INGINE’s Wave Energy Converter (WEC) technology generates power using the whole range of wave movements, enabling its application even in shallow waters where conventional technologies otherwise have difficulties. INGINE’s target customers range from off-grid communities in remote islands to city-dwellers of coastal towns. INGINE installations contribute to energy security and independence, fossil fuel pollution reduction, and boost local economic development.

We thank Fanny for her contributions to creating a healthy ocean and for her participation in the Ocean Impact Podcast ‘Pitchfest 2020 Series’.

For more information on Ingine: https://ingine.co.kr/en/

To follow Ingine on LinkedIn visit: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ingine-lnc/

In episode 11 of the Ocean Impact Podcast ‘Pitchfest 2020 Series’ Nick Chiarelli speaks with Fanny Sauvignon, Business Development Manager at Ingine.

Ingine, a Pitchfest 2020 Finalist, are a South Korean startup with a mission to harness wave power to supply clean, sustainable, and affordable energy to remote island and coastal communities.

Offshore renewable energy systems face major challenges due to the violent and unpredictable characteristics of the open ocean. INGINE use a novel approach to creating ocean energy through a system that remains attached to land, minimising these risks.

INGINE’s Wave Energy Converter (WEC) technology generates power using the whole range of wave movements, enabling its application even in shallow waters where conventional technologies otherwise have difficulties. INGINE’s target customers range from off-grid communities in remote islands to city-dwellers of coastal towns. INGINE installations contribute to energy security and independence, fossil fuel pollution reduction, and boost local economic development.

We thank Fanny for her contributions to creating a healthy ocean and for her participation in the Ocean Impact Podcast ‘Pitchfest 2020 Series’.

For more information on Ingine: https://ingine.co.kr/en/

To follow Ingine on LinkedIn visit: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ingine-lnc/

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