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Harnessing the ocean: China’s military looks to wave farms to power radar on remote islands as South China Sea disputes simmer
China has been testing one of the largest power-generating machines of its kind in the world with maximum capacity in excess of 200 kilowatts.
Stephen Chen… 825 more words
by Cassandra Burgess
The deployment of marine renewable energy (MRE) devices requires new approaches to offshore mooring and foundations. Mooring and foundations are essential components of MRE device structures, enabling a device to remain in one spot while responding to the movement of tides or waves. 500 more words
Plans to start building the £1bn Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon next spring have been delayed by a year.
Andrew McNaughton, engineering and construction director at Tidal Lagoon Power, has revealed that the start date has been put back from early 2016 to March 2017 because of delays in agreeing a subsidy with the UK Government. 208 more words
Fossil fuel divestment isn’t being thought through by renewable energy advocates 677 more words
Why is the development of wave energy converters so challenging? Part 2: Extracting energy from waves
So, how exactly can we exploit this resource?
The Wave Energy Prize received technical submissions detailing 66 unique WEC concepts.
A very small number of these couldn’t work, but the overwhelming majority were concepts that could exploit, to differing degrees, the fluid motions of water particle motions. 1,100 more words
by Niti Nagar
It might be possible to harness the movement associated with the ocean’s natural waves using docked fishing vessels. Researchers are demonstrating this simple idea is feasible using a demonstration vessel currently docked offshore in Western Norway. 324 more words