Beautiful Floating Platforms May Supply Wind and Wave Power To Copenhagen

There is only one thing better than a facility that can harvest both tidal and wind energy, and that is when this facility is...
New Ocean Current Turbine Works Deeper, is Smaller and Cheaper than Current Designs

New Ocean Current Energy Harvester Cheaper and Easier to Maintain

Solar power drives everything on this planet, from ocean currents to the trade winds, all of which could be used to generate electricity for...

UK Could Become a Leader in Marine Renewable Energy

You know what they say: hard work is not enough – you also need vision. Well, these days it seems this is the case...

VIVACE: Transforming Destructive Water Vibrations Into Electricity

VIVACE (Vortex Induced Vibrations for Aquatic Clean Energy) is a newly invented machine harvesting slow-moving ocean and river currents. A researcher from the University of Michigan has come up with the system that works like a fish, turning potentially destructive vibrations found in fluid flows into electricity.

DOE Awards $17 Million in Funding to Advance Clean Ocean Power

The US Department of Energy (DOE) just announced the $16 million in funding for public/private partnerships in order to focus on untapped energy resource...

Oceanlinx Unveils World’s First 1 MW Wave Power Harvesting Unit in Australia

The first ever power unit that generates 1 megawatt of wave power began operation in Southern Australia. Although will remain relatively small for the next...

Wave-Powered Desalination Plant to Open in Australia

Wave energy developer Carnegie Wave Energy Limited (CWE) in Perth, Australia is poised to become the very first company in the world to build...

Wave Powered Boat: Free Energy from the Oceans

The wave powered boat is called "Suntory Mermaid II". It has a speed of 5 knots, which is three times slower than traditional diesel powered boats. With some improvement in the wave-propulsion technology and combining it with wind sailing we can hope that it will become competitive with fossil fuels-powered boats.

DIY: How to Make a Wave Powered Boat

You may use small wood boards, or toy boats "borrowed" from your kids. Or as well you may teach your little ones how to build a free energy device.

Project Sea Horse: Japan’s Original Approach to Harnessing Ocean Power

Scientists from the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology are currently developing technologies that could help us harness the power of our oceans, in...