Witt Limited has developed a technology called the WITT which converts motional energy into electricity
Motional energy is all around us, on land, sea and in the air, and now there is a technology that can capture this motion and convert it into usable electrical power. We have global companies working with us to bring out our first product – the Marine WITT – into production and many customers wanting product.
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I am Mairi Wickett, the CEO of Witt Limited. I am passionate about commercialising our WITT technology to enable users around the world to generate their own power!
We are delighted to be working with Witt Limited to develop their marine power energy harvester.
Indeed we see our expertise in bearing technology for the marine sector as being highly beneficial in bringing the WITT technology to market
The concept is a beautifully engineered and very impressive mechanism using differential gearing. Viewing the device in operation raises a complete’ wow factor’ from seeing the pendulum continually spin the flywheel.
This has clearly taken a fair deal of working out and engineering brilliance to achieve the slick mechanism demonstrated.
Numerous potential marine and other applications...
We are delighted to be engaging with Witt Limited to work with the company to bring their WITT technology through product development into production.
Witt Limited’s energy harvesting solution has the capability to achieve significant growth in the High Power Energy Harvesting Market.
I am excited to hear that they are working with Ricardo and Schaeffler to bring this product to market, and provide an energy solution where power is often unavailable.
The potential is enormous, the need very compelling.
The WITT Team are very happy with the results of a weeks testing of our 200W Wave Energy Convertor at... Read more
Exciting times at Gibbs Gears for everyone involved. The component parts of the 200w WITT are being assembled tomorrow onto... Read more