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Ocean & Sea Wave Power

From research and development to presently implemented solutions that harness the power of waves for energy production.

Potential

  • Oceans may hold an answer to electricity production - Wave action could power as much as 10 percent of the world's electrical demand someday. The potential along the West Coast could match all renewable energy systems presently deployed in the U.S. (The Columbian; Washington - Dec. 13, 2004)

Now in Operation

  • WaveGen.com - Developed and operate Limpet, the world’s first commercial-scale wave energy device that generates power for the grid.  Scottland.
  • EnergeTech Full-Scale Prototype Nears Deployment - After years of planning and development, the wave energy approach proposed by the Australia-based Energetech is about to be tested at a full-scale level in the ocean for the first time. (Alt Eng Access; Nov. 17, 2004)

Pelamis

  • Pelamis Wave Energy Converter is Launched
    "Following six years of detailed design and development, UK-based Ocean Power Delivery has completed the build of the first full-scale Pelamis Wave Energy Converter. Similar in size and rating to a modern wind turbine the Pelamis is designed to harness the energy contained in ocean waves to produce electricity. The machine is the world's first commercial-scale floating wave energy converter."  (SolarAccess; Mar. 3, 2004)  (Submitted by Frank Randall)
  • Pelamis Wave Converter Improvements - Technology used to gather wave energy is taking some hints from the wind energy industry, and Ocean Power Delivery (OPD) is ready to move onto the next stage of investments and testing for its Pelamis Wave Energy Converter. (SolarAccess News; June 28, 2004)
  • Offshore Wave Power Enters UK Grid - Pelamis Wave Energy Converter has just completed its first week of electricity generation into the UK grid. (SolarAccess; Aug. 24, 2004)

 

Coming Technologies

  • EnergeTech America Plans wave energy project for Rhode Island - Energetech America LLC plans to build the first wave energy project in the United States more than a mile off the southern coast of Rhode Island. (Energy Info Source, Sept. 7, 2004)
  • Ocean Power Technologies to Harness Spanish Waves  - "The stormy, ship-wrecking seas of the Bay of Biscay are poised to take on a more constructive role as the site of the world's first wave-driven power station on a commercial scale." (PlanetArk/Reuters; March 2, 2004)
  • Wave Power to Replace Gas in Zanzibar? - Tanzania is considering the possibility of turning Indian Ocean currents and waves into electric power to make the utmost of its geological position as an archipelago off east Africa. (Alt-Energy-Blog; Jan. 17, 2004)
  • Energy Buoy to Lead to Wavefarm? - A state-of-the-art energy buoy is being launched 12 miles off the coast of St Ives, north of Cornwall to measure wave power. Will be monitored by scientists around the world. (Alt-Energy-Blog / BBC; Jan. 29, 2005)

Backing

  • UK Aims to be a World Leader in Wave and Tidal power - pledges £50 million for wave and tidal power. (Edie Weekly; June 8, 2004)

 

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