Sandia’s engineering team has designed, modeled and tested a control system that doubles the amount of power a wave energy converter can absorb from ocean waves, making electricity produced from wave energy less expensive.
The Quantum Wave Microscopy Unit at OIST began a project titled “Sea Horse,” aiming to harness wave energy from the Kuroshio ocean current that flows from the eastern coast of Taiwan and around the southern parts of Japan.
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.
We will engage a diverse group of students to help ensure that future professionals in the marine renewable energy industry will bring a wide spectrum of perspectives and solutions
NREL is working with Columbia Power Technologies’ StingRAY wave energy converter. Designed to deliver electricity at a competitive cost while having a low environmental impact