In this project, the direct-driven linear generator (LG) of the wave energy converter (WEC) designed at Uppsala University (UU) will be investigated. The purpose is to simulate the power output from single and several WECs and connect to a micro grid with the use of a real-time (RT) emulator at University College Cork (UCC), Ireland. The analysis will include considerations on WEC control strategies, energy storage and grid connection. Data of a number of WECs in a certain sea state, under different control strategies, will be provided from UU. This data will be injected into the micro grid. Both experimental data and data from a hydrodynamic model will be used for this. The results will illustrate the interaction between the WEC and the micro grid, which will be analyzed and presented scientifically. The proposed WEC has been studied since 2002, including offshore experiments at the research site in Lysekil, Sweden, see the homepage http://www.teknik.uu.se/elektricitetslara for more information. The deployment of the first the full-scale WEC in Lysekil was in 2006. The work on the UU WEC has resulted in publications in various scientific journals and the research covers a wide area of research (electric, environmental, mechanic, hydrodynamics etc.).