Floating Power Plant

Floating power plant

The platform rotation is secured via the high wave absorption of 60-80% of the inherent energy in the waves.

This Floating Power Plant is targeting 
20GW, corresponding to €50bn potential revenue. The Power Plant is offshore proof and grid connected.

Denmark is convinced that this wind- and water energy plant is a significant step forward in world challenge to change into renewables. Read More

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

climate change, CO2, electricity, energy, footprint, Green power, Ocean waves, pros & cons, renewable energy, renewables, smart grid, technology, tidal energy, tidal wave power, wave power, Tocardo

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

Tidal Wave Energy, Pros & Cons

Wave power, Tidal power, climate change, renewables, Ocean waves, Reza Alam, energy, Tidal energy, wave power, renewable energy, climate change, CO2, footprint

Harnessing tidal power has positive impact on climate change because it produces no greenhouse gas emissions.

Tidal wave energy is among the key sources of renewable energy available on our planet. 

Wave energy is as source of power that comes from the endless march of the waves as they roll into the shore then back out again.

Humans harness this power along the coastal regions of the US, Canada, Europe, and Australia. The best thing about wave energy is that it will never run out.  Read More

Hydrogen Power, Pros & Cons

renewables, climate change, Geothermal energy, wave power, energy market, pros and cons of Geothermal, Solar Power, Wind Power, Thermal Power, hydro

Hydrogen fuel cells are highly efficient and less dangerous than gasoline

Hydrogen is the cleanest energy source we know of. In a electric fuel cell electricity is created by combining hydrogen and oxygen.

Without combustion, the only byproducts are water and heath. 

Although hydrogen can be produced from diverse renewable resources already, the main challenge is cost. Most of the cost of creating hydrogen by electrolysis, comes from buying power from the grid. So new research is good for the future of affordable hydrogen.  Read More

Shale Gas, Pros & Cons

Fracking, gas, power, electricity, power plant, renewables, energy, electricity

Fracking uses toxic chemicals

Shale gas requires an aggressive method of collection since it is buried deep in the earth under many layers of shale.

The most popular method of collecting shale gas is hydraulic fracking, a relatively new technology, which has become quite controversial. 

Wyoming is the first US state that has reached a settlement on January 26, 2015 with oil and gas frackers. Now they have stricter chemical disclosure rules and have to be more transparent. Read More

Solar Power Pros & Cons

renewables, climate change, Geothermal energy, wave power, energy market, pros and cons of Geothermal, Solar Power, Wind Power, Thermal Power

At this moment, researchers are evendeveloping solar panels who can produce energy at night!

Are there any cons for Solar Power? Yes of course but households can contribute with solar panels on top of their houses and so reduce greenhouse gasses.

But… These systems tend to be small scale and are certainly not the silver bullet to solve our energy challenge. Solar Power would make a huge difference, as one aspect of a multifaceted solution. Read More

Energy from Tar Sands Oil, Pros & Cons

renewables, climate change, Geothermal energy, wave power, energy market, pros and cons of Geothermal, Solar Power, Wind Power, Thermal Power

The discharge that accumulates in highly toxic waste ponds pose a huge threat to wildlife.

In the United States a large supply of oil sands are found in Eastern Utah. These deposits of bitumen or heavy crude oil have the ability to generate about 12 to 19 billion barrels from a number of prominent sites. Canada also has oil reserves op 170 billion barrels. Read More

Fusion Power, Pros & Cons

renewables, climate change, Geothermal energy, wave power, energy market, pros and cons of Geothermal, Solar Power, Wind Power, Thermal Power

Fusion energy has the potential to provide a sustainable solution to European and global energy needs

Is Fusion Power the clean power for the future? Fusion is the process which powers the sun and makes all life on earth possible.

Energy is produced by fusing together light atoms, such as hydrogen, at the extremely high pressures and high temperatures which exist at the centre of the sun (15 million ºC).

At the high temperatures experienced in the sun, gas becomes plasma.  Read More

Wind Energy Pros & Cons

Wind Power, new energy, sustainable climate solutions

Extol winds is amongst the first to achieve the stringent GL-2010 guidelines for it 1 MW ‘Ex-55’ model.

Wind energy is one of the oldest sources of power in human history. Wind power was used to pump water for generations.

At this moment there are all kind of wind generators.

From very big stations build on land or sea, to small ones. Mexico introduced a few months ago even an Hybrid Solar / Wind Energy Tower. Read More

Renewable energy has overtaken nuclear in Scotland

renewable energy, wave power, scotland, nuclear, wind power, economy

Wave power machine powers 1400 homes in Scotland

Scotland is changing towards renewables. Renewable energy is getting bigger than nuclear power in the green country.
Records show renewables generated 32% more electricity than any other single source. Read More

Geothermal Energy, Pros & Cons

Renewable energy, renewables, geothermal energy, climate changeGeothermal energy is generally considered environmentally friendly. There are a few polluting aspects of harnessing geothermal energy, but these are minor compared to the pollution associated with conventional fuel sources (e.g. coal, fossil fuels).

The carbon footprint of a geothermal power plant is minimal. 

Further development of our geo resources is considered helpful in the fight against global warming.

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Prudential invests 1billion pond in Tidal Wave Power

Renewable energy, tidal wave power, Lagoon Swansea Bay Project

Prudential invests 1 billion Ponds in Wave Power

Tidal energy gets a boost from the insurance giant Prudential. The company of CEO, John Strangfeld invests £1 billion in Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay Project. Produntial lives the sustainable policy with all her employees and now also by investing in renewable energy. 
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Wave Energy Conversion Competition Offers Cash Prize

 

wave power or hybrid?

Green Ocean Energy’s Wave Treader energy conversion device is a step closer to becoming certified. The device adds more generation capacity to an offshore wind turbines, by harnessing offshore wave energy. It is mounted at water level on the wind turbine foundation/tower, and harnesses energy from oncoming waves. This increases the energy yield of an offshore wind farm significantly.

Ricardo has been selected by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to administer a ocean Wave Energy Converter (WEC) prize challenge, aimed at helping to bring this potential source of clean energy to commercial scale.

Wave energy conversion is technology that uses the motion of ocean waves to create electricity.

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Why Wave Power Has Lagged Far Behind as Energy Source

wave power or hybrid?

Green Ocean Energy’s Wave Treader energy conversion device is a step closer to becoming certified. The device adds more generation capacity to an offshore wind turbines, by harnessing offshore wave energy. It is mounted at water level on the wind turbine foundation/tower, and harnesses energy from oncoming waves. This increases the energy yield of an offshore wind farm significantly.

It’s not difficult to imagine what wind energy looks like — by this point we have all seen the towering turbines dotting the landscape. The same goes for solar power and the panels that are spreading across rooftops worldwide. But there is another form of renewable energy, available in huge quantities, that doesn’t really call to mind anything at all: What does wave power technology look like?

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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

Ghana invests in Tidal energy

Underwater hydro plant Ghana

Underwater hydro plant Ghana

About 1 million households in Ghana wil profit from energy out of the sea in the future.

Ghana harnesses tidal energy to generate 1,000MW of power from the Ada Esuary. Therefore Swede Energy has signed an agreement with TC Energy Ltd in Ghana to jointly develop the largest wave power project in the world.  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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Wave Power development and converters for green energy

The earth is covered for 70% with oceans. This hughes seas could produce up to 80,000TWh of electricity per year.

Five times more than is needed right now. Worldwide we need cooperation because it is a technology challenge to explore this green power efficient. But if we can we have enough energy to cover the global demand for energy.

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SeaRaser by Ecotricity

Ecotricity, the first green electricity supplier for the UK (1996) is as we speak, finetuning, their second generation wave power mills (sea mills). This type is called the Searaser. 

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150 wind mills extra in the North Sea

wind mill park at the North Sea

Wind mill park at the North Sea

Funding for the construction of the largest wind farm in the North Sea is agreed. The project has a total budget of 2.8 billion euros.

The wind farm will be build about 85 miles up the coast from the north of Holland.

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Windmills on the sky building generate 15% less energy

the wind yield could have been up to 15%

Wind turbines set wrong. The wind yield could have been up to 15%

The Bahrain World Trade Center was the first Tower with integrated wind turbines in the world.

Now it appears that the designers have not thought carefully about the orientation. 

If the turbines had been placed exactly opposite, the yield of the turbines had been nearly 15 % higher, concludes Professor Bert Blocken TU Eindhoven.

In theory you should be able to generate up to 31% annually more energy with the rearward placement of the turbines calculated Blocken.

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