wave farm

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wave farm

n
(Electrical Engineering) a collection of machines designed to generate electricity by harnessing the kinetic energy of sea waves
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5 million grant to develop its technology at a major wave energy farm in Cornwall.
OPT is the first company to commit to participate in Wave Hub, a pounds 42 million wave energy farm now under construction by South West of England Regional Development Agency (SWRDA) in Cornwall.
facilities can easily be applied to any wave energy farm to be
The award will further strengthen OPT's long-term involvement with Britain's southwest region, where it became the first company to commit to participate in Wave Hub, the 42 million wave energy farm for which the infrastructure is now under construction by SWRDA at Hayle, Cornwall, England.
5 million to help fund the world's first wave energy farm off the UK coast.
wave energy farms and groups of photovoltaic panels), whose rapid power fluctuations may be very detrimental to power quality, and of electric vehicles to be connected to the low-voltage, electrical distribution systems in the next decades.
OTS project concerns the development of four innovative products for offshore wind and wave energy farms, namely an environmental monitoring hardware and software package, underwater electrical connectors and associated ROVs, air turbine for oscillating water column (OWC) wave energy converters and an O&M support software package.
66% favor construction of large wave energy farms in marine reserves off the Oregon coast.