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Renewable Energy – July 6th  with Ruth Duemler

The world runs on fossil fuels today, but they are running out. By far the cheapest easiest and quickest way to produce power is not to use it. 842 more words

Problems

Wave Power

Letter W

If this blog post is called Wave Power, there’s a chance that I was going to write about the first wave powered, electricity-producing facility in the United States that tied into a utility grid recently in Hawaii. 534 more words

On Advances in the Marine Energy Industry

Ocean Energy Europe (OEE) recently published an annual review of developments in the marine energy industry and it makes for some encouraging reading. 1,830 more words

Renewable Energy

Tidal and Wind Energy Companies Share a Power Grid to Provide Reliable, Renewable Energy

by Mary-Catherine Riley

Atlantis Resources partnered with Lockend Wind Energy to spearhead the world’s largest grid connection of any commercial tidal project (https://eandt.theiet.org/content/articles/2016/11/meygen-tidal-power-project-poised-to-feed-scottish-highland-electricity-grid/). This initiative is thought to be the first combination of electricity to power an existing grid. 312 more words

Wave Power

What is a tidal lagoon? Independent review endorses Swansea Bay

The UK is one step closer to building the world’s first tidal lagoon.

A pioneering £1.3bn wave power project in Wales has this month been endorsed by a former UK energy minister after a year-long review.   446 more words

Climate Change

Wavin'

Something I look forward to most days, is heading down to the beach with my retriever Holly and these past few weeks, I’ve had the added thrill of a new companion – my new Fujifilm X-T2. 89 more words

Highlands