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    Thursday, June 27, 2019

    Working At The Wave Energy Potential

    Renewable Energy Makes Waves In Oregon

    Jes Burns, June 21, 2019 (National Public Radio/Science Friday)

    “…Oregon State University has submitted a final license application for a wave energy testing facility with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. If built, it would be the largest of its kind in the United States…Oregon’s potential to use the motion of the waves to generate electricity is very high. But nationally, the development of wave energy has lagged behind other green energy sources…Part of the delay is the time and expense involved in permitting new technology…

    [Oregon State University’s PacWave South Project 6 miles off the Oregon Coast would allow developers] to by-pass the permitting and just pay the University to test their wave energy converters…The ultimate goal is to speed up the development of this largely-untapped source of clean energy…The FERC permitting process, while the most involved, is one of many state and federal approval needed for the project to move forward…PacWave South is partially funded by the U.S. Department of Energy. DOE says the goal is to have the test facility operational by 2022.” click here for more

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