Wave Energy – Easy Free Energy Resource

The wave turbine is a free energy device and is presented here. How it works is very simple, as anyone can imagine. Waves hit...

India Plans to Build Its First Commercial Tidal Power Plant

Atlantis Resources Co, a London-based marine energy developer, had the idea of building a tidal power plant with an initial capacity of 50 MW. Gujarat, an Indian state, has already made some plans for the installation of the first commercial tidal power plant in India. The project will be organized in partnership with Guajar Corporation Limited.

Even Mining Magnates Get Excited Over Wave and Tidal Power

Swansea Bay,  beach located in the southern part of Wales in the UK, will soon be the site of a six-mile sea wall complete with...
Wave Power, Renewable Energy's Red-Headed Step-Child?

Wave Power Lags Behind Other Renewable Energy Sources

As many have noted, there is energy all around us, and it’s not all locked up in fossil fuels. Renewable energy sources are varied,...

SAROS, Portable Desalination Plant Powered by Waves

SAROS is one of a kind, portable desalination plant, which converts sea water into drinking water, powered by sea waves. With climate change taking its...

Swimming Pool Waves Can Produce 10 kWh Per Day, WFU

Nobody says that the best and the most valuable green energy generating technologies have to be large scale. In fact, as a smart person...

Aquabank – Underground Energy Storage and Production

Riverbank Power has developed a project that is of high interest. Water gathered in a bungalow on a river shore will fall in a 600m deep gallery where turbines are mounted. The water pressure will rotate the huge turbines which will create electrical power.
New 1MW Tidal Turbine Harvests Ocean Energy in Sweden

Does Ocean Energy Mean Wave Power or Tide Power?

Another form of hydroelectricity being investigated involves the movement of the ocean. Here, consistency could mean the difference between wave power or tide power. Like...

Australia's Best Spots for Harvesting Wave Power Shown by New Study

The Australians have just evaluated their potential for producing wave-based energy, within an area stretching from Gerlandton in Western Australia to King Island in Tasmania, and found out that by only using 10% of this area's potential they could meed 50 percent of the entire country's need.

World’s First Artificial Tidal Lagoons to Get Built in UK

The UK might soon be the first in the world to have artificial tidal lagoons, which will generate clean power by harnessing energy from...