A Wave Energy Converter (WEC) to harness the power of breaking waves was discussed in previous papers (AWTEC2016, EWTEC2017). We use a number of small rotating turbines (< 1m diameter) to harness energy from breaking waves on shore. Because the water flow inside the breaking wave is much faster than that in the ocean wave in deep sea area, we may use smaller devices. During the first phase of R&D (FY2014~2017), we have developed two half-scale prototypes which have been installed in Kandooma Island in the Maldives and sending information of power generation to us through internet. The full-scale prototype will be ready and soon tested also from this year. Our WEC devices are suitable for small islands where the electricity costs are high, that are not connected to power grid, and fuel consumption needs to be reduced by development of renewable energy sources. Here we report the current status of the field test at the Maldives.