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Finnish start-up WaveRoller says it's found a way to capture the kinetic energy beneath the sea's surface--without buoys or other floating devices.
Demand for wind power is growing, but manufacturers of turbines can't keep up.
Harnessing the ocean for energy has been discussed for years, and now a major utility in the U.S. will purchase some sea power.
Amid flurry of end-of-the-year docket-clearing, Congress passes energy bill and Google's DoubleClick acquisition gets the green light from the FTC.
The AquaBuoy goes to Davy Jones' Locker. Not the best news for wave power proponents.
Can waves supply electricity economically? This experiment will help figure that out.
Ireland. The wind blows all the time. It's annoying but a great source of power.
Harnessing the power of the ocean may be the next big opportunity in energy. Here's what you need to know. Photos: Tapping wave power