A new report by the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) analyses ten future emerging technologies to generate energy from the ocean tides and waves.
The report, Future emerging technologies for the ocean energy sector: innovation and game-changers offers policy makers and all other ocean energy stakeholders an array of innovations that can bring ocean energy to the market. The experts describe state of advancement of each of the technology family, advantages, technological limitations, as well as their technology readiness level.
The full report can be found on the European Commission website.
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