The potential for producing energy from waves has been recognised for many years. The energy is there, but until the invention of the Anaconda system, progress towards harvesting it cost effectively has been slow.
With worldwide patents, the British designed and manufactured Anaconda could be exported or licensed for use across the world. Other potentially rich coasts include the USA and South American western seaboards, South Africa, Australia, parts of Malaysia, Japan, New Zealand and the western facing coasts of Europe. Any coast where the wave strength is reasonable has the potential for an Anaconda installation.
It is also possible to produce smaller versions of Anaconda that could be co-located with off-shore wind farms where they could piggy-back the energy collection grid.