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Wave energy resource characterization and the evaluation of potential Wave Farm sites
By: Lewis, T.; Cahill, B.;
2011 / IEEE / 978-0-933957-39-8
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Wave energy resource characterization and the evaluation of potential Wave Farm sites ' In theory, the energy that could be extracted from ocean waves is in excess of any current, or future, human requirements. Methods to evaluate and compare the wave energy resource at different locations are required in order to inform the developers of Wave Energy Converter (WEC) projects and allow them to select the most favorable sites for achieving optimal power capture and economic performance from their devices as the wave energy industry begins to approach the commercial deployment of Wave Farms, arrays of full-scale WECs.
Wave Energy Resource
Potential Wave Farm Sites
Wave Energy Converter Projects
Optimal Power Capture
Wave Farm Developments
Measured Buoy Data
Grid Connected Location
Sustainable Energy Authority Of Ireland
Wave Power Plants
Atlantic Marine Energy Test Site