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Energía undimotriz
La Energía undimotriz es la energía producida por el movimiento de las olas. Es menos conocida y extendida que la maremotriz
Idioma: Español / Spanish; Castilian
How it works: Wave power station
Limpet 500 (Land Installed Marine Powered Energy Transformer), it will feed 500 kilowatts of electricity into the islands grid. The power generator consists of two basic elements: A wave energy collector, A generator to turn this into electricity
Idioma: English / English
Ocean Power Fights Current Thinking
Corporations are readying the launch pf commercial ventures to generate power using ocean waves. Now, they hope the federal government will also get involved
Idioma: English / English
Oleadas de energia por David Ross
La energía de las olas, o energía undimotriz, ha sido acogida como la más prometedora fuente de energía renovable para los países marítimos. No causa daño ambiental y es inagotable – las olas van y vienen eternamente. U. N. Environment Programme
Idioma: Español / Spanish; Castilian
Power From the Restless Sea Stirs the Imagination, New York Times article
Technological visionaries have painted a seductive vision of using ocean tides and waves to produce power. They foresee large installations off the coast and in tidal estuaries that could provide as much as 10 percent of the nations electricity.
Idioma: English / English
Sector focus: Marine Power
Venture Business Research Ltd.
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The coming wave, The Economist article
Energy: Enthusiasm for renewable energy means wind turbines and solar panels are popping up all over the place. But what happened to wave power?
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The wavetrain2 project
multinational Initial Training Network (ITN) funded under the FP7People program, in order to face the wide range of challenges that industrialscale wave energy implementation faces in the near future focusing on technical issues
Idioma: Español / Spanish; Castilian
Wave power (Wikipedia)
Wave power is the transport of energy by ocean surface waves, and the capture of that energy to do useful work — for example for electricity generation, desalination, or the pumping of water (into reservoirs). Wave power is a renewable energy source
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Waves power future
By Mary Ann Albright, article in Gazette Times. Oregon State University made headway this week in its campaign to host a national wave energy research center after meeting with electrical power experts and the state Department of Energy in Portland.
Idioma: English / English



 


 


 






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