Harnessing the power of our oceans #Renewable #Energy

May 26, 2013
Peak Energy: I’m not entirely sure if the Australian Government’s “Clean Energy Future” venture got some inspiration from this blog – nor am I sure if it will last the year out – however it’s nice to see a post on ocean energyon their web site – Give us a wave – harnessing the power of our oceans.

As construction begins on a ground-breaking wave energy project in Perth, a report has been released which emphasises the huge untapped energy potential lying off Australia’s coastlines.

According to the Marine Nation 2025 report, released this week, Australia’s oceans could produce billions of dollars’ worth of clean energy in the form of electricity generated by wave power. The report says an initial assessment has identified world-class wave energy resources along the western and southern coastline, and valuable tidal energy resources in the North West of Australia.

….A CSIRO study released last year revealed that ocean waves have the potential to power a city the size of Melbourne by 2050. CSIRO’s Ocean renewable energy: 2015-2050 report said Australia’s ocean waves could supply about 10 per cent of Australia’s electricity by the middle of this century.

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http://peakenergy.blogspot.com/2013/05/harnessing-power-of-our-oceans.html

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