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Brand New Wave Energy Plant Developed
2.05.2007 11:27
Brand New Wave Energy Plant Developed

Scientists from Centre of Renewable Energy company have developed and patented an original scheme of a small, though very effective, wave energy plant.
      
      The innovation is very cheap and simple in assembling. Pilot plants are already functioning in Norway and Portugal, however, said unit is the first to convert sea wave energy to electricity.
      
      The plant uses gravity and wave energy, thus making very cheap electic energy. Researchers plan to start full-scale tests this summer.
      
      Source: Science News


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