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RECHARGE 9th march 2012

     "Norwegian technology developer Intentium is refining its novel iowep wave energy converter (WEC) after optimisation work at a testing facility in Trondheim. The simulation study at research organisation Sintef's Marintek centre allowed Intentium to test its concept in the virtual waves of five European marine-energy resource hot spots; the test site run by the École Centrale de Nantes in western France; the European Marine Energy Centre off Scotland; off Lisbon in Portugal; Norway's Haltenbanken; and Belmullet, western Ireland ..."

     "Intentium has set up a website, online forum and data depository, called open wave energy project, emulating the IT industry's "open source"philosophy ..."

Read the rest of the article in RECHARGE renewable magazine, or in www.rechargenews.com when the article goes online within this week.

RECHARGE 9th march 2012

Norwegian technology developer Intentium is refining its novel iowep wave energy converter (WEC) after optimisation work at a testing facility in Trondheim. The simulation study at research organisation Sintef's Marintek centre allowed Intentium to test its concept in the virtual waves of five European marine-energy resource hot spots; the test site run by the École Centrale de Nantes in western France; the European Marine Energy Centre off Scotland; off Lisbon in Portugal; Norway's Haltenbanken; and Belmullet, western Ireland ...

Intentium has set up a website, online forum and data depository, called open wave energy project, emulating the IT industry's "open source"philosophy ...

Read the rest of the article in RECHARGE renewable magazine, or in www.rechargenews.com when the article goes online within this week.

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