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Seadog Pump fetches ocean power

Minnesota-based Independent Natural Resources tests a floating pump found to be able to convert 22 percent of ocean wave energy into usable electricity.

By May 28, 2008


Wave-powered desalination pump permitted in Gulf

The Seadog water pump, which captures the energy of waves to turn a generator, will be used on an offshore platform in Texas to test using ocean power to desalinate water.

By May 28, 2010


Texas site to harness ocean for power, water

An off-shore facility where wave power will be harnessed for desalination could demonstrate a viable option for producing electricity and drinking water in coastal regions.

By October 16, 2009


Wave energy generator pumps power to Scotland

The Oyster converter starts making electricity using a simple design of a flap moved by waves that pumps water underground to an onshore hydro-electric turbine.

By November 24, 2009


Oregon on track to get utility-scale wave farm

Ocean Power Technology is in final-stage agreements to build wave energy project off Oregon's coast to power 1,000 homes.

By August 4, 2010


Giant Oyster machine waves in electricity

The new wave-harnessing electricity generator heads from the test pool to the open ocean in the waters off the Orkney Islands.

By August 6, 2009


Aquamarine Power unveils next wave machine

The Oyster 2 is expected to be capable of sucking down more energy from ocean waves, to be transferred to an onshore hydroelectric turbine.

By May 20, 2010


CNET Live - Episode 56

Merlin Mann of 43 Folders gave us an insight into how to get more organized with all your e-mail.

By May 29, 2008