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No Waves, No Problem For PowerBuoy
Ocean Power Technologies' autonomous PowerBuoy successfully powers offshore security and monitoring equipment, even when the New Jersey sea goes calm.
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Company interested in Tillamook devices launches floating wind turbine in Portugal
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A Devon inventor's electricity from seawater generator could be sited at 200 points around the UK coastline.
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DOE Reports Show Major Potential for Wave and Tidal Energy Production Near U.S. Coasts. January 18, 2012. The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today released two nationwide resource assessments showing...
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Rainy days power Scotland ahead
Scotland can count on its inclement weather, and it is the prevalence of what the Scots call "dreich days" that is helping the nation develop a cutting-edge partnership with Abu Dhabi in green technol...
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The WaveRoller power plant will produce 300 Kw/hour, which means the entire energy consumption of a town with 2000 citizens. Waves of the Portuguese surf town now offer more than just surfing.
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Can't wait until writers get units right on electricity and energy. I'm sure the unit is supposed to be 300kW average, or 300kWh/h. But how much can you expect from a surfing magazine?
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Scotland - wave energy receives £6m boost
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LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's first marine energy park will be developed in the south west of the country, in a bid to speed up the commercial expansion of the wave and tidal industry from 2020, the UK...
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Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, will introduce a revamped plan to subsidize development of some of the nation’s first offshore wind power.
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NORTH BEND -- Cape Arago probably won't see a marine reserve anytime soon.
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Where Are the Renewable Energy Resources Located in the US? Use This Map to Find Out
NREL has developed an online atlas that shows where each kind of renewable energy has the most potential.
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A non-profit organization charged with making Oregon a national leader in wave energy.
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Oregon Wave Energy Trust (OWET) – with members from fishing and environmental groups, industry and government – is a nonprofit public-private partnership funded by the Oregon Innovation Council in 2007.

Its mission is to serve as a connector for all stakeholders involved in wave energy project development – from research and development to early stage community engagement and final deployment and energy generation – positioning Oregon as the North America leader in this nascent industry and delivering its full economic and environmental potential for the state.