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Renewables and Total Energy Costs | The Energy Collective

Renewables and Total Energy Costs | The Energy Collective | Wave energy | Scoop.it
The first question answered this week was: What is the single biggest misconception people have about renewable energy in the U.S.? First, if you don't know about the WSJ Expert Panels, I explained that in some detail here.
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Oceanlinx award buoys wave-energy's future - The Australian

“Oceanlinx award buoys wave-energy's future The Australian The structure, a one-megawatt "wave energy converter" -- the most powerful such unit in the world and capable of powering about 1000 households -- is being built by Oceanlinx to demonstrate...”
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CARNEGIE WAVE ENERGY LIMITED : Partnership with Marine Renewable ... - 4-traders (press release)

CARNEGIE WAVE ENERGY LIMITED : Partnership with Marine Renewable ... - 4-traders (press release) | Wave energy | Scoop.it
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Wave Energy Project Delivers Energy And Fresh Water

Wave Energy Project Delivers Energy And Fresh Water | Wave energy | Scoop.it
“ Originally published on RenewEconomy. Perth-based Carnegie Wave Energy says it will become the first company in the world to build a wave-powered desalination plant, and the first to have a wave energy project that delivers both electrons and fresh...”
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Wave generators from Sweden's Seabased powering UK wave energy project | NordicGreen

Wave generators from Sweden's Seabased powering UK wave energy project | NordicGreen | Wave energy | Scoop.it
“ NordicGreen Nordic Cleantech - Cleantech Startups, Innovators and Investors in the Nordic, the Baltic and the Arctic regions.”
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The Next Wave In Renewable Energy From the Ocean - Forbes

The Next Wave In Renewable Energy From the Ocean - Forbes | Wave energy | Scoop.it
“ ForbesThe Next Wave In Renewable Energy From the OceanForbesA new government-sponsored study has found that the oceans surrounding the US contain enough energy to potentially supply more than half the nation's electricity demand.”
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Wave Energy Plans Evolve In Scotland | EarthTechling

Wave Energy Plans Evolve In Scotland | EarthTechling | Wave energy | Scoop.it
“ Scotland backs Aquamarine's plan to add two more Oyster wave energy devices to its Orkney demo, and for the first time energy will flow onto the National Grid.”
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Wave Energy technology produces both clean water and clean energy

Wave Energy technology produces both clean water and clean energy | Wave energy | Scoop.it
“ This novel wave energy technology can deliver large volumes of high pressure water ashore for desalination or power production (or both).”
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Can the Wave Energy Industry Produce - On A Large Scale? | The Energy Collective

Can the Wave Energy Industry Produce - On A Large Scale? | The Energy Collective | Wave energy | Scoop.it
“ Can the wave energy industry solve it's biggest challenge - producing energy on a large scale with more than pilot projects?”
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Renewable Wave Power - RWP001

“The west coast of Scotland is home to some of the most powerful and consistent wave generating potential in the world. Despite 11800Km of coastline, and the...”
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Change needed for a warming planet - Easton Courier

Change needed for a warming planet - Easton Courier | Wave energy | Scoop.it
“Change needed for a warming planet Easton Courier “There is scientific consensus that our climate is changing as a result of global warming caused by human activities that produce greenhouse gas emissions,” according to the website of the...”
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Ireland Wave Energy Innovation | The Energy Collective

Ireland Wave Energy Innovation | The Energy Collective | Wave energy | Scoop.it
“ North Mayo is a region scarred by emigration and unemployment. Now a chance exists to harness the brute force of Nature, of turning climate into an ally that will help benefit local communities and appease the effects of man-made climate change.”
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Wave Energy Project Delivers Energy And Fresh Water

Wave Energy Project Delivers Energy And Fresh Water | Wave energy | Scoop.it
Originally published on RenewEconomy. Perth-based Carnegie Wave Energy says it will become the first company in the world to build a wave-powered desalination plant, and the first to have a wave energy project that delivers both electrons and fresh...
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New wave of ocean energy to be trialed off the coast of Australia

New wave of ocean energy to be trialed off the coast of Australia | Wave energy | Scoop.it
“ BioPower Systems' bioWAVE is a wave power technology, inspired by the swaying motions of kelp plants.”
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The UK Braces for a Tidal Wave of Funding for Marine Energy

“ The UK has huge potential for marine power and is considered the most attractive destination to develop marine projects in Europe, states a new report by energy experts GlobalData.The new report* shows that the marine energy industry is in the emerging stages of development, and the UK is home to the R&D resources needed to further develop these power generation technologies. Energy from the ocean could play a vital role in the UK’s ambition to achieve an 80% cut in carbon emissions by 2050, with the UK government setting a target to develop 2,000 megawatts (MW) of marine installed capacity by 2020. It was estimated by the Department of Energy and Climate Change that the country has wave energy potential of approximately 50 terawatt-hours(TWh) per year and tidal energy potential of approximately 17 TWh/year, which represents an enormous 50% share of Europe’s marine potential. Thanks to this capacity, the UK has become a hub for marine research centers and leading marine energy companies, and boasts the world’s second largest tidal range in the Severn Estuary. The country is testing a large number of wave and tidal technologies with the support of the European Marine Energy Centre, which has 14 full-scale testing berths in the Orkneys region. As a result of this, the UK is heading the innovation race in marine energy technology, boasting the highest number of projects in a single country currently being actively demonstrated. .”
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'Bicycle pump' to turn wave power into clean energy

'Bicycle pump' to turn wave power into clean energy | Wave energy | Scoop.it
“ Searaser device that pumps saltwater to an onshore generator has been tested in prototype and praised by ministers...”
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The Wave of Energy You've All Been Waiting For Has Begun - War Is Crime

The Wave of Energy You've All Been Waiting For Has Begun - War Is Crime | Wave energy | Scoop.it

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