ocean energy Equipment

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Wave Dragon - Wave Energy Converter

by Wave Dragon     based in Copenhagen N, DENMARK

Wave Dragon is a floating, slack-moored energy converter of the overtopping type that can be deployed in a single unit or in arrays of Wave Dragon units in groups resulting in a power plant with a capacity comparable to traditional fossil based power plants.

Model RAY Series - Floating, Wave Power Systems

by Columbia Power Technologies, LLC     based in Corvallis, OREGON (USA)

Columbia Power has developed the “RAY” series of floating, wave power systems for a variety of marine applications; from energy generation and storage for oceanographic sensors and unmanned underwater vehicles to production of baseload energy supply. Columbia Power’s novel, proprietary design efficiently converts energy from ...

Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC)

by Makai Ocean Engineering, Inc.     based in Kailua, HAWAII (USA)

Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) is a process that can produce electricity by using the temperature difference between deep cold ocean water and warm tropical surface waters. OTEC plants pump large quantities of deep cold seawater and surface seawater to run a power cycle and produce electricity. OTEC is firm power (24/7), a clean energy ...

42m Ocean Supremacy

by Sauter Carbon Offset Design     based in Kuta, INDONESIA

SCOD Presents the 42m Ocean Supremacy. The largest and Greenest among the 10 fastest Superyachts in the SCOD Presents the 42m Ocean Supremacy. The largest and Greenest among the 10 fastest Superyachts in the world. While her maximum speed of 53 knots makes her Pirate proof, her 50% reduction in fuel consumption and 14 knot Zero Carbon cruising ...

Oyster - Wave Energy Converter

by Aquamarine Power     based in Edinburgh, UNITED KINGDOM

Oyster® is a hydro-electric Wave Energy Converter, designed to convert renewable energy harnessed from ocean waves into usable electricity. Oyster® consists of an Oscillator fitted with pistons and fixed to the nearshore sea bed. Each passing wave activates the Oscillator, pumping high pressure water through a sub-sea pipeline to the ...

OWEC - Wave Tank Test

by Ocean Wave Energy Company (OWECO)     based in Portsmouth, RHODE ISLAND (USA)

Three OWEC Ocean Wave Energy Converter models were tested in a wave tank, May, 1982. The test was performed to observe mechanical and electrical responsitivity of working models under controlled hydrodynamic conditions. Models were placed near the middle of the tank and flotationally suspended in water with the buoys partially submerged and the ...

OE Generator

by Ocean Energy Ltd.     based in Cobh, Co. Cork, IRELAND

The turbine captures the energy of the wave and the  generator converts this energy to electical power. The OE Power Generation technology is built to survive in extreme conditions. The OE Buoy is a wave power generation platform which is designed for survivability. The result of years of research and development the OE Buoy has only a single ...

Autonomous Power Systems

by Ocean Power Technologies, Inc     based in Pennington, NEW JERSEY (USA)

Ocean Power Technologies' Autonomous Power Buoy (APB) converts ocean wave energy into useable electrical power for remote and near-shore at-sea applications, where power from shore is unavailable or inaccessible. The APB has been proven effective and reliable in sea trials and can be tailored to meet the weight, volume and power generation ...

DESMI - Ocean Guard Systems

by DESMI A/S     based in Noerresundby, DENMARK

DESMI Ocean Guard has developed a superior solution for removal of living organisms from ballast water combining high efficiency and low energy consumption.

Tidal Stream Energy

by Marine Current Turbines Ltd. (MCT)     based in Bristol, UNITED KINGDOM

Tidal stream energy presents one of the most exciting emerging forms of renewable energy. Tidal streams, unlike many other forms of renewable energy, are a consistent source of kinetic energy caused by regular tidal cycles influenced by the phases of the moon.  Intermittency is a problem for wind, wave and solar power as the sun doesn’t ...

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