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Tides and Ocean Power Starting to Promise

More than 45 wave and tidal prototypes expected to be ocean tested in 2010 and 2011 according to the new research form IHS Emerging Energy Research which said that only 12 projects were installed in 2009.

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Harvard to develop hydrokinetic energy

Hydrovolts founder Burt Hamner ’83, announced today that a team from Hydrovolts and students from the Harvard College Engineering Society (HCES) will collaborate to produce a variety of small floating turbines that make renewable energy from water currents in canals and the ocean.

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The Advantages of Harvesting Wave Power

Nothing can stop ocean flows as they are huge masses of water with lots of energy behind them. As long as the moon exists, and as long as the earth spins, the tides will come in and go out and generate ocean movement.

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Giant Australian Wave Energy Project of 200MW

Plans to deploy one of the world’s largest marine energy projects in the fast-flowing tidal energy between Northern Australia and the Tiwi Islands have moved a step closer to reality, after the Northern Territory government this week granted a site licence for the flagship project.

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The world’s largest test site for marine energy

The South West RDA’s (Regional Development Agency) pioneering Wave Hub marine energy project has been safely installed on the seabed following a delicate operation to lower the 12-tonne hub into 55 metres of water, 16 kilometres offshore.

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BioPower System Wave and Tidal Energy

BioPower Systems is a renewable energy technology company based in Sydney Australia and is developing systems for both wave power and tidal power conversion.

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A new strategic partnership for wave energy

Aquamarine Power a well known wave energy developer has joined its forces with BAE Systems in a commercial project designed to create the world’s first wave farm.

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Wave power: one of the future sources of energy

By its power the Ocean is set to provide an exciting new source of clean renewable energy which can contribute to the global energy needs on a sustainable basis.

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Renewable Energy Generation Just Got Personal

If you are on a mountain trail, walking to school or commuting to your job in LA City, you depend on your cell phone, MP3 player, GPS or other hand held electronic devices.

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