Author Archives: Wesley Williams
Some great news from the Verdant Power deployment in the East River of NY and encouraging projections about the role of marine energy in the renewable energy portfolio going forward. https://www.hydro.org/powerhouse/new-report-proves-marine-energys-vast-capabilities-to-provide-carbon-free-electricity/
Landon and I were excited to have our WaterBros request for technical support (RFTS) accepted, which means we will be heading to UNH over the summer for wave tank testing of our Waves to Water prototype. https://teamer-us.org/teamer-network-director-announces-rfts-2-awards/
OES – Ocean Energy Systems has an excellent interactive map for looking at marine energy deployments across the globe, complete with working principles and links for more information. It can be an addictive rabbit hole, but cool none-the-less. https://www.ocean-energy-systems.org/ocean-energy/gis-map-tool/
The Water Power Technologies Office has released a report highlighting accomplishments for 2019-2020. It is an interesting read to look at the variety of projects in hydro and marine energy that have been funded/supported by WPTO recently.
Pretty much sums up why I’ve leaned toward physics over chemistry since high school…. http://smbc-comics.com/comic/laws