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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The funding breakthrough came close on the heels of the successful deployment of AW-Energy's proprietary Wave Power Plant, a power-generating array of three WaveRoller units in Peniche, Portugal in mid-August.
plan to jointly build Japan's first wave power plant.
The wave power plant is expected to provide electricity for more than 1,500 Portuguese households while displacing more than 6,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide produced each year by conventional power plants.
The wave power plant is in the Edinburgh North and Leith constituency, where Labour's Mark Lazarowicz is under pressure from the Lib Dems.
Millions due to be raised from offshore wind and wave power plants will go to the areas most affected by their rapid expansion.
According to an announcement, Tel Aviv-based S.D.E has been in contact with the Cyprus government since 2006, when Christodoulos Pharconides from the Cyprus Institute of Energy had said that, "the Institute is willing to assist in your pursuit to establish the first wave energy electricity conversion plan in Cyprus" and had suggested the marina in Larnaca as a potential location for S.D.E's sea wave power plants.
The costs of possible wave power plants on the New Zealand coast should be more accurately estimated with the help of overseas wave energy companies.