Revolutionary Bluerise technology: energy from the ocean

Revolutionary Bluerise technology: energy from ocean

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Bluerise has developed new technology to produce energy from the ocean in the tropics.

This can provide renewable energy to large areas.

And where wind and solar power always depend on whether the sun is shining or the wind is blowing, Bluerise will soon produce clean energy day and night.

 

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Turbines driven by ocean waves

Turbines driven by ocean waves

Prototype Turbine

Professor Tsumoru Shintake of the Okinawa University in Japan intents to develop small turbines that generate electricity from the power of the flowing water.

Professor Shintake: “Using just 1% of the seashore of mainland Japan can [generate] about 10 gigawatts [of energy], which is equivalent to 10 nuclear power plants. That’s huge. It is especially huge in Japan, where nuclear power has a somewhat mixed track record.”

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5 MW Wave Power Gibraltar

5 MW Wave Power Gibraltar


the buoys are fully equipped with sensors which continuously monitor the performance of the various subsystems and surrounding ocean environment

Gibraltar is enjoying it’s wave power.

In 2015, Eco Wave Power started to build a 5 megawatt ocean power plant at the Gibraltar coast.

It’s now connected to the grid, providing 1 MW to the national grid which will be extended to 5 MW.  Read More

Dutch Tides Power Station Operational

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Dutch engineers want to optimize these turbines and supply the station with more turbines. Enough for two thousand households

Last week. the tidal power station in the Dutch Eastern Scheldt commissioned.

From now, five water turbines supply power to the grid.

The turbines are generating enough electricity for over one thousand households.  Read More

Seawater energy – the new generation ocean power?

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this small hydro energy system from Malaysia is asking your reaction,

This seawater energy system for hydro energy is different from the earlier sisters.

This one is able to capitalize on the maximum use of the ‘Water Head Pressure Methodology’.

 

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WavePower: This Florida company comes with a Deep Ocean Energy Turbine

New: A Deep Ocean Wave Power Turbine from Florida

New: A Deep Ocean Wave Power Turbine from Florida

Power generating turbines with running under water on the flow of the water. That Crowd Energy achieved through a campaign on IndieGoGo. The project was detailed to the folks at Livescience, with the goal being to create turbines deep in the ocean that use currents to generate power. Crowd Energy was founded by Todd Janca, who came up with the idea and discussed it in detail recently.  Read More

Unlimited WavePower: Promising Mini Model

This WavePower Generator mini-model is the first to use the whole elliptic way of movement of the waves. And by that takes the full advantage of the wave energy in order to produce electricity. Fully patented, the most efficient device for producing electricity from wave’s energy.

The wave energy potential is

  • 10 times greater than wind energy
  • more than 100 times greater than solar energy

The WavePower generator is capable of gathering almost 30% of the waves energy potential.

 

Maintenance and repair costs

Prior calculations show that the total cost of energy (financing, building and maitenance) for 20 years should be around USD 0.02/KWh.

For additional information and investors relations, please contact Yossi Levy, Founder of Wave-Power Technologies

Contact

WavePower Technologies

P.O. Box. 5031
Kfar-Yona, Israel 40300
E. yossil@wavepower.co.il

T. +972-54-9965500

 

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USA/Energy is investing $10 Million in Ocean Power

 

Wave power tests are funded by the US government

Wave power tests are funded by the US government

The United States Department of Energy (DOE) gives $10 million in funding to test two deep-water wave energy conversion (WEC) devices off the coast of the U.S. Navy Marine Corps Hawaii Base in Kaneohe Bay.

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