Posts Tagged ‘Wave Power’
Ambitious plans to develop a £60m wave power project off the coast of Scotland’s Shetland Islands edged forward last week when wave energy developer Pelamis signed a new joint venture agreement with European energy giant Vattenfall.
Dublin company JOSPA is offering a new cheaper system, known as the Irish Tube Compressor (ITC), that could reduce cost of wave energy.
The first wave power generator from ocean waves, made almost entirely of a rubber tube, which resembles a giant swimming sea-snake could produce electricity for 50,000 homes in the UK within 5 years, according to Telegraph.
How many times do you hear on TV or you read in newspapers as various “experts” trying to convince you that alternative energy solutions are not a viable solution in this moment. Because are too expensive, are not reliable and resistant in time and these do not have the potential to cover even a small [...]