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1. Sea Solar Power




Sea Solar Power uses the basic technology known as Ocean Thermal Energy (OTE), or sometimes Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC), which was invented in 1881 by a French scientist years ahead of his time by the name of Jacque Arsene D'Arsonval. Before describing the mechanics of the system, let's first understand the natural resource and its potential.

The ocean covers most of the earth's surface. More than 300 times what the world now consumes in electricity is available from the solar energy that is constantly stored in the upper layers of the tropical ocean. This takes place throughout the equatorial zone around the world or about 20 degrees north and south of the equator - where most of the world's population lives. This area is also where the greatest increase in demand for new power exists, because population growth is greater in this region and where the standard of living has been rather low, and now more people with more wealth are demanding more electricity.

Man-made solar collectors are very expensive to build, require enormous amounts of acreage and do not work at night when advanced societies require electricity around the clock. Contrary to this is the ocean, the largest solar collector in the world. It is already there so to tap its riches is most prudent. The modern day term to describe this process is OTE or OTEC.

To operate a sea solar power plant involves both a heat source and a heat sink. Therefore, the 80 degrees F surface water in the tropical oceans serves as the heat source and typically 3,000 feet below the surface is the heat sink or the cold bottom water, which is 40 degrees F. This temperature difference or delta T is sufficient to operate vapor turbines, which drive generators and produces electricity and fresh water as a byproduct. This is the OTE concept.

But while it is true that the ocean's free seawater can supply an infinite amount of energy and produce electricity for most of the world's population, the technical challenge is to design an OTE plant that is economically efficient or at a reasonable capital cost. Sea Solar Power has designed a process that can do just that.
Category:   ocean energy, wave power

Date Added: Dec 19, 2008

2. Atlantisstrom - Regenerative Energie




Vorstellung eines neuartigen Konzeptes von Gezeitenkraftwerken mit Merkmalen, Projektbeschreibung, Demonstrator, Downloads wie Animationen und technischen Zeichnungen. Beim Projekt des Pfleiderer-Instituts für Strömungsmaschinen der TU-Braunschweig, der Harzwasserwerke und der VW-Coaching GmbH wird auch die Entwicklung der Nutzung sowie die Technik der Gezeitenkraft dargestellt.
Category:   ocean energy, wave power

Date Added: Jul 29, 2007
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3. Das Meer als unerschöpfliche Energiequelle





Category:   ocean energy, wave power

Date Added: Jul 29, 2007
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4. Meeresströmung - Energiequelle der Zukunft?




Gezeitenenergie zur Stromerzeugung. Projekt "Seaflow"
Category:   ocean energy, wave power

Date Added: Jul 29, 2007
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5. oeko-trimaran




Ideenskizze und Kontruktionsvorschläge zu einem Hochsee-Motorschiff, das mit der Energie von Sonne, Wind und Wellen angetrieben werden soll. Speichermöglichkeit aller Energien in Phasen der Überproduktion (Liegezeiten). Neu entwickeltes mobiles Wellenkra
Category:   ocean energy, wave power

Date Added: Jul 29, 2007
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6. Wellenkraft - Energiequelle der Zukunft?




BHKW-Infozentrum Rastatt: Bericht über das Wavegen Projekt. Bei diesem Projekt wird die Wellenkraft zur regenerativen Stromerzeugung genutzt.
Category:   ocean energy, wave power

Date Added: Jul 29, 2007
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7. RES - Heinz Wolf Solarsystemtechnik




RES - Heinz Wolf: Ihr kompetenter Partner bei Solarenergie
Category:   ocean energy, wave power
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Date Added: Sep 26, 2007
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8. PVExperte - Photovoltaik, Experten, Solartechnik




Photovoltaik, Experten, Solartechnik, Solaranlage Solarmodule, Solarprodukte
Category:   Solar Energy
ocean energy, wave power

Date Added: Sep 26, 2007

9. Kees Vringer his website




website kees vringer Energy and environement research references on consumption behaviour lifestyles CV consumption behaviour environmental pressure saving energy photopholtaic systems connected to the grid. solar water heater measuring your own energy rpoduction .
Category:   Solar Energy
ocean energy, wave power

Date Added: Sep 26, 2007

10. Bürgerprojekte Photovoltaik




Bürgerprojekt Photovoltaik - Nachhaltige Marktwirtschaft durch Bürgerstrom
Category:   ocean energy, wave power

Date Added: Sep 26, 2007
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