Ocean Energy Overview

January 2005
Ocean Energy Report;2005, Issue 2, p10
Market Research Report
Provides information on ocean energy resources. Background on the use of barrages in tidal power stations; Process involved in the generation of wave energy; Concept behind Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion.


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