WEYL uses an analytic framework designed to find strong tides, generally close to remote communities (often First Nations) which rely for their electricity on potentially displaceable high cost diesel generation.
WEYL is a developer of tidal power sites in British Columbia, Canada with a portfolio built over half a decade
Our pathway to value is developing a business line as an energy service company, targeting operations of microgrids.
WEYL’s project investment model sets aside a percentage of project equity for the host community. It is the strong preference of the Company that every project includes a host community as a long-term equity partner in realizing the economic value of local tidal energy resources.
Tidal energy project in Canada gets green light from authorities
A Scottish tidal energy business has been issued with a permit to develop a project in the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia.
Tidal electricity permit issued to Nova Innovation for project near Digby
A world leader in tidal energy has selected Digby County as the site of its latest project, one that will begin to harness the tides of the Bay of Fundy near Tiverton.
Minesto signs PPA for 2.2 MW of tidal energy in Faroe Islands
February 19 (Renewables Now) – Swedish marine energy developer Minesto AB has inked a power purchase agreement (PPA) for up to 2.2 MW of installed tidal power…
WEYL Power Ltd. is a British Columbia corporation founded in Vancouver in 2014 to develop tidal energy projects
WEYL Power has secured a select list of prime tidal energy sites and is in the process of securing a second tranche of sites, taking advantage of our established regulatory knowledge to build portfolio value