WAVE ENERGY INTEGRATION COSTS SHOULD COMPARE FAVORABLY TO OTHER ENERGY SOURCES

By Eurasia Review Large-scale wave energy systems developed in the Pacific Northwest should be comparatively steady, dependable and able to be integrated into the overall energy grid at lower costs than some other forms of alternative energy, including wind power. Those are the findings, published in the journal Renewable Energy, that confirm what scientists have … Continue reading WAVE ENERGY INTEGRATION COSTS SHOULD COMPARE FAVORABLY TO OTHER ENERGY SOURCES

New method of harvesting wave energy

1 Jan 2015  |  United Kingdom The company Alabatern Wave Energy from Scotland has created WaveNET, an offshore array-based wave energy converter that uses the motion of waves to generate electricity. The floating structure of the WaveNET is flexible in all directions, and capable of capturing power from the ocean regardless of wave direction and array orientation. … Continue reading New method of harvesting wave energy