Wave Energy Development Links

 Development

Wikipedia

Wikipedia is always a good start:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wave_power

 

WavEC

Wave Energy Centre (WavEC) in Portugal is involved in many European ocean energy project, and has many intresting links in their website.

http://www.wavec.org

 

EMEC

EMEC European Marine Energy Centre has a good overview of various types of wave energy converters – WEC.

http://www.emec.org.uk/wave_energy_devices.asp

 

Edinburgh Wave Power Group

update by Jamie Taylor

http://www.mech.ed.ac.uk/research/wavepower/index.htm

 

Stephen Salter documents

Stephen Salter is Emeritus Professor of Engineering Design at the University of Edinburgh. His work extends over many topics beyond wave, tidal and wind energy. Salter is the inventor of a legendary wave energy converter; the Duck (also known as Salter's Duck and Edinburgh Duck).

https://www.see.ed.ac.uk/~shs/

 

Falnes

Johannes Falnes Professor Emeritus and P.M. Lillebekken, NTNU Department of Physics:

Wave-energy research at NTH/NTNU

http://folk.ntnu.no/falnes/w_e/index-e.html

 

Saltire Prize

'The X-prize of renewables'. The Saltire Prize is a £10 million award by the Scottish Government. The Saltire Prize will be awarded to the team that best demonstrates commercially viable wave or tidal stream energy in Scottish water. The technology will need to achieve a minimum electrical output of 100 GWh over a continuous two year period using only the power of the sea.

http://www.sdi.co.uk/sectors/saltire-prize.aspx

 

Have you tried searching the web using phrases like "wave energy" "wave energy converter" and "wave power" and maybe with a time limit of a month, week or day?  If you know an interesting web-resource which should be added on this list, then please notify us at industry.directory(a)owep.no .

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