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    Friday, January 29, 2016

    SO. KOREA BUYS OCEAN ENERGY PILOT

    Bureau Veritas issues OTEC approval

    29 January 2016 (ReNews)

    “Bureau Veritas has issued its first 'Approval in Principle' for the 1MW Ocean Thermal Energy Converter [OTEC] developed by the Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering…The OTEC will be built for installation off the coast of South Tarawa in Kiribati in the South Pacific Ocean…It consists of an octagonal 6700-tonne four deck floating platform 35 metres across moored 6km offshore in a water depth of 1.3km…A 100-metre pipe 1.2 metres in diameter will be used to pump cool water up from the depths to be fed to process plant on the platform…[Bureau Veritas said] the OTEC design is…feasible, achievable and contains no technological show-stoppers…TEC produces electricity from the difference of temperature between deep cold and warm surface seawater…A working fluid is successively vaporised and condensed in a thermodynamic cycle, with the gas phase driving a turbo-alternator producing electricity…” click here for more

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