The Power Take-Off unit of the WaveRoller wave energy device passed an important milestone as it has now endured a years’ worth of stormy weather. WaveRoller is a device that converts ocean waves to energy…
This is the first U.S. study to look broadly at residents’ beliefs and feelings about tidal energy and one of only a few worldwide to take a social science approach to examining this young industry that, in fact, affects people in personal ways.
The Penguin WEC was deployed at EMEC’s grid-connected wave test site at Billia Croo, off the west coast of Orkney, over the weekend.
An 18-month design-build-test competition, the Wave Energy Prize focuses on catalyzing the development of game-changing wave energy converters that will ultimately reduce the cost of wave energy.
We are getting into the homestretch for the teams competing in the U.S. DOE Wave Energy Prize.
The Department anticipates the facility will contain at least three test berths to simultaneously and independently test wave energy devices.