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Book review: The Next Wave

Rusch, Elizabeth. The Next Wave: The Quest to Harness the Power of the Ocean. . Houghton Mifflin. 2014. $18.99. 79p. 978-0-544-09999-9. Ages 12-15:

Following two engineers trying to capture the energy from ocean waves and currents—“the earth’s biggest batteries”—for electric power. 160 more words

Book Reviews

Failed Sale At Pelamis Wave Power Highlights Sheer Scale of Wave Industry Challenges

Recently I had been lucky enough to be sat in a room in which some of the leading companies in the wave industry were discussing the potential challenges and benefits of the GB wave industry. 602 more words

Renewables

How independence can unleash Scotland's future energy industries

There’s been a massive focus on oil, but here’s an absolutely vital missing element to the whole independence discussion around energy. This from Professor Stuart Haszeldine… 75 more words

Commentary

ARTICLES OF NOTE

A glorious smells-like-fall Monday to you, Ladies & Lady-lovers!

Here’s your internet interestingness to start the week with open and fascinated minds :)

1) IN INTERNATIONAL INTERESTINGNESS: SCOTLAND MIGHT LEAVE THE UK… 695 more words

Cycling Politics

Cancelled wave energy project underscores need for state govt renewable energy plan

The town of Portland in south west Victoria is undergoing a transition. The renewable energy / clean technology sector is a emerging as a major source of jobs and investment in the region. 401 more words

Victorian Coalition

Portland Wave Energy Project - Cancelled

Unfortunately, the Wave Energy Project off the coast of Portland I posted a report on recently has been cancelled.

Although I expressed some concern about the ability of the project to meet energy production targets, I was looking forward to seeing the project in operation and developing a better knowledge of wave power production.

Environmental Action