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    Friday, July 29, 2016

    Ireland Wave Energy Opportunity ‘Endless’

    ‘Opportunities in wave energy endless for Ireland’ – SmartBay

    Gordon Hunt, July 27, 2016 (SiliconRepublic)

    “On the back of a new €11m international research project, Galway-based SmartBay claims Irish opportunities are endless when it comes to ocean energy…FORESEA (Funding Ocean Renewable Energy through Strategic European Action) was launched…to help enterprises develop low-carbon energy technologies in real sea environments…[N]obody has managed to build a product that can extract sufficient energy from ocean waves [at commercial scale]…SmartBay, alongside EMEC, SEM-REV and Tidal Testing Centre, is looking to change that with the help of significant funding over the next few years…The [UK, Dutch, French and Irish] foursome involved in FORESEA provide services at different stages of prototype evolution [at a one-quarter scale test site in Galway Bay]…Any costs associated with access fees or with deploying a device for six to 12 months on the four sites are almost entirely covered by the funding for the research project…” click here for more

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