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Latest Ocean Energy News & Insights

This section provides regular aggregation of news and updates from India and around the world for Ocean Energy. This is part of EAI 360, India's largest renewable energy and clean technology news aggregator.

You can find news and updates on diverse topics within Ocean Energy - events, insights, perspectives, innovations, personalities and more.

This section is for Ocean Energy. Please see Main News Section for news on all categories

 

Scientists develop turbine that can harness electricity from ocean currents

Researchers from the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) in Japan began a project titled "Sea Horse," which aims to harness energy from the Kuroshio ocean current that flows from the eastern coast of Taiwan and around the southern parts of Japan. read more →

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IIT Madras turbine may generate power from ocean waves

A team of 25 faculty members and students from the ocean engineering department in Indian Institute of Technology Madras have begun testing a prototype of a turbine they have developed which converts wave energy into electricity. The ‘impulse’ turbine works with a unidirectional rotor powered by… read more →

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A robust source of information on marine energy, offshore wind projects

Wondering what the impact on killer whales might be from a turbine installed under the sea? Curious whether crabs and other crustaceans might be attracted to underwater cables carrying electricity to homes and businesses on the mainland? Interested in which country is harvesting the most energy from… read more →

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World's first hybrid wind-current power generation system to be installed off the coast of Japan

We may be closer to harnessing the power of the sea and air. The world's first hybrid wind-current power generation system will be installed off the coast of Japan later this year. The Savonius Keel & Wind Turbine Darrieus (SKWID) power generation system being developed by Mitsui Ocean Development &… read more →

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Ocean Power gets license for first U.S. wave-energy project

Ocean Power Technologies Inc. (OPTT) received permission to build the first commercial wave-power plant in the U.S. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued a 35-year license for the company’s planned 1.5-megawatt power project about 2.5 miles (4 kilometers) off the coast of Reedsport, Oregon,… read more →

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Harnessing tidal power in India

Although, India has a huge tidal potential at present, it does not have a tidal power policy. Experts believe that a clear policy is needed for developers to have clarity on tariff and commercial development. Tidal power is a form of hydropower that converts the energy of tides into electricity. Among… read more →

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Scientists seek next wave in power generation

Aerospace engineers are working to make ocean wave energy the nation's newest source of green power by applying the physics of wind turbines to the sea. Former U.S. Air Force Academy scientists took over Texas A&M University's wave tank recently to test the idea that if air can produce affordable electricity,… read more →

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DCNS eyeing opportunities in maritime energy

DCNS, a global leader in naval defence and ship building, is exploring opportunities in marine renewable energy in India. The nearly 400-year-old French company, which is currently building six Scorpene submarines in a multi-million dollar contract for the Indian Navy, has built expertise in maritime… read more →

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Encouraging results for wave energy project

The wave energy research project that is being conducted off the coast of Gozo is producing very encouraging results, sparking a lot of interest in Europe and hitting the international media, the Malta Council for Science and Technology said. The project is funded by the council and the Technology National… read more →

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Predicting waves could double ocean energy capture

We already mentioned this development here at EarthTechling. Now the same team, which is being led by the University of Exeter, in western England, has published research claiming new methods for predicting waves could double current energy capture. The study was carried out by mathematicians and engineers… read more →

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