The Latest Prototype Wave Energy Converter Tested in the Ocean. At Tek-THinK we love to showcase new technologies to give our readers a chance to learn and maybe speculate on whether the tech will survive the test of time. When it comes to harnessing the power of the ocean’s waves this is even more challenging.

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Pelamis Wave Energy Celebrates 10 Years in the Water. Wave energy has the potential to replace coal generated electricity in many places around the world. Designing and building a device that is capable of withstanding the rigors of ocean life while providing clean energy to the mainland requires some very rigorous engineering indeed. 

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Australia Renewable Energy Jobs ( Solar Thermal Magazine) In Australia the country has moved from being very forward thinking about combating climate change and supporting the development of new types of clean energy which would yield economic gains in years to come to a climate change denier that is abandoning clean energy. This is not […]

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First Grid-Connected Wave Energy Project in Australia from Carnegie Wave Energy. The world’s first grid connected wave energy generator is now officially operational and pumps enough electricity to power 1800-2000 houses in Western Australia. The system has been put into operation earlier this week at a ceremony involving Industry Minister Ian Macfarlance.

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The Wave Glide Electric Generator, One of Many New Entries in Ocean Power. In the past, it was hard to monitor certain weather aspects and natural disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes among others. After researching for many years, scientists came up with inventions that have changed the world. One of the greatest inventions is […]

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Wave Power Generation is the Next Great Frontier for Clean Energy Since its establishment a few years ago, the Eze Energy Company has transformed itself into a trusted name when it comes to the relentless search for alternative sources of energy. Although Eze dabbles in solar and electric energy research and development, the Taiwan-based firm […]

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Designing and Building a Wave Energy Device – ( TeK-THinK) There are may different designs for harnessing the ocean’s vast and reoccurring wave energy. So far very few of these devices have been sufficiently cost effective and able to survive the intense and harsh conditions in the open sea.

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Wave Energy Conversion ( TeK-THinK) Carnegie’s CETO wave energy technology is a unique approach to harnessing wave energy and it is worth spending the time to understand how it works.

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Wave Energy Converter  ( TeK-THinK) The HiWave Project is an initiative funded by KIC InnoEnergy. The device itself consists of a compact, high-efficiency wave energy converter based very much on the pumping principles of the human heart.

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SeaWeed Wave Energy Converter ( TeK-THinK) Grey Island Energy is a Canadian Company based out of Newfoundland and Labrador, that is pioneering a proprietary wave energy extraction device for commercialization around the world.

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