Eco Wave Power Makes Energy from the Ocean

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The oceans have long been a source of mystery — with an average depth of 3.7 km, it’s unexplored depths have beckoned explorers and scientists to understand how this underwater world works. It’s been the source of inspiration for books, poetry, myths and legends, and some of the greatest stories of all time. And now, Eco Wave Power has devised a way to tame some of its depths to add a new wave of renewable power to the future energy grid. We got a chance to speak to Eco Wave Power about the challenges of establishing wave energy as a newer form of renewable energy.

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How durable are these devices in salty water? How much energy does such a device produce on average per day? How much of them would you need for an average household of four people?

Author — Antonio Miguel Sanchez Mateu


Solar panel has peak power density of 200-250 Watts per sqm and not 1kw.

Author — Apurv Jadhav


Combine with air lift pump. Using wave motion to lift water

Author — Ron Krech