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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 ...

Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion – OTEC

by Bluerise     based in Delft, NETHERLANDS

Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) is a marine renewable energy technology that harnesses the solar energy absorbed by the oceans. OTEC generates electricity by exchanging heat with the warm water from the ocean surface and with the cold water from the deep ocean. The exchanged heat drives a Rankine Cycle, which converts it to electricity. The ...

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.

Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion Technology (OTEC)

by Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation (OTEC)     based in Lancaster, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation (OTE) builds and operates clean hydrothermal energy plants worldwide using the proven technologies of Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) and Seawater Air Conditioning (SWAC). Eighty percent of the sun’s solar energy is s

Ocean Sonics - Ocean Sonics Smart Hydrophones

by Fastwave     based in Subiaco, AUSTRALIA

With growing interest in the health of the oceans, and in using the oceans to produce energy, the need to understand and measure human effects on the ocean is rising. Measuring ocean sounds is becoming an important part of meeting new legislation introduced in Europe, North America and Australasia intended to protect the oceans as development ...

Hydrocarbon UV Fluorometer

by Sea & Sun Technology GmbH     based in Trappenkamp, GERMANY

Hydrocarbon UV Fluorometer for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons. Fluorometric methods are widely used in environmental monitoring, analytical chemistry, limnological and oceanographic biology. Online fluorometers allow continuous measurements and nondestructive sampling in combination with high specificity and low detection limits. In order to ...

Ocean Enegry

by Vattenfall AB     based in Solna, SWEDEN

Ocean energy is a renewable energy source, in which electricity can be generated from tidal streams, waves or differences in salinity. Over 70 per cent of the Earth is covered by water. The ocean is subject to the impact of wind, tides and ocean currents and thus carries with it large quantities of energy. This means that the 'fuel' is ...

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 ...

DESMI - Model OptiSave - Optimizing Pump Speed to Current Conditions

by DESMI A/S     based in Noerresundby, DENMARK

With DESMI OptiSave it is simple - save 80,000 USD by having an intelligent control of your cooling water system. The cooling water system on-board vessels is designed for operation in 32°C seawater and 100% engine load and the auxiliary equipment runs as if this condition is permanent. However, the seawater temperatures of the oceans are not ...

Solar Energy

by D & R Energy Services, Inc     based in Brighton, MICHIGAN (USA)

Electricity can be generated from the sun in several ways. Photovoltaics (PV) has been mainly developed for small and medium-sized applications, from the calculator powered by a single solar cell to the PV power plant. For large-scale generation, concentrating solar thermal power plants have been more common but new multi-megawatt PV plants have ...

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 ...

Marine Energy Infrastructure

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

Products and Services. OPT has years of experience deploying wave energy devices and power cables in four countries on three continents, and our staff offers the most expertise in the marine energy industry. Our breadth of experience makes OPT's Marine Energy Infrastructure (MEI) team well-positioned to design and manage the balance of plant ...

Wave Dragon - Wave Energy Converter

by Wave Dragon     based in Copenhagen K, 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.

Utility Scale Systems

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

Ocean Power Technologies' PowerBuoy is designed to convert ocean wave energy into useable electrical power for utility-scale grid-connected applications. The PowerBuoy can be deployed in arrays scalable to hundreds of megawatts.

Model OceanStar - Wave Power System

by Bourne Energy     based in Malibu, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The OceanStar (U.S. Pat. No. 7,525,212 and numerous international patents) wave power system represents a new approach to the complex problem of extracting energy from the world's oceans. Current ocean power systems are dominated by the use of floating devices that capture wave motion and convert it into electric energy through complex mechanical ...

Tidal Power

by Clean Energy BC     based in Vancouver, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA)

Tidal energy is the term used to describe the energy generated from power found in ocean tidal currents and the use of tidal height dif ferences. These two tidal energy sources are referred to as tidal stream and tidal barrage or lagoon.Tidal streams are currents in the ocean water column, created as the water of the ocean rises and falls with 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 ...

CETO

by Carnegie Wave Energy Limited (CWE)     based in West Perth, AUSTRALIA

Named after a Greek sea goddess, CETO offers the potential to revolutionise power and water production globally. CETO harnesses the enormous renewable energy present in our ocean's waves and converts it into two of the most valuable commodities underpinning the sustainable growth of the planet; zero-emission electricity and zero-emission ...

Undersea Substation Pod

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

Ocean Power Technologies has developed an innovative Undersea Substation Pod (USP) as a cost-effective, environmentally responsible means of networking and transmitting offshore power and data to onshore electric utility grids. The USP was designed as a universal platform for all marine energy generation technologies.

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