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Intergovernmental Collaboration Focuses on Marine Renewable Energy Issues

The Ocean Energy Systems Technology Collaboration Program (OES) is an intergovernmental collaboration working to advance ocean resources such as tides, waves, currents and ocean thermal and geothermal energy. At the OES fall executive committee meeting, the first wave-powered navigational buoy launched by India was released in Chennai on the east coast of India. The buoy, developed by the National Institute

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Wind and Solar System Offers Promise for Sustainable Eco Ships

The Aquarius Eco Ship uses the Aquarius MRE integrated wind and solar power system developed by Eco Marine Power to create a more sustainable shipping vessel with reduced fuel consumption and lower emissions. The Eco Ship concept includes an advanced integrated system of rigid sails, marine-grade solar panels, energy storage modules and marine computers that automatically position the rigid sails

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