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19 Oct 2012 - Neptune Wave Power in the Press

19 Oct 2012 - Neptune Wave Power in the Press

Recent articles written on Neptune Wave Power's ocean testing activities in New Hampshire:

19 Oct 2012
"Neptune Wave Power, UNH Partner on Web Energy Tech," by Jim Schakenbach
Mass High Tech - The voice of New England Information
 
Mention hydro power and most people think of massive hydroelectric dams, but Neptune Wave Power LLC has a different idea – wave energy conversion (WEC). That’s why the Dallas, Texas-based company is partnering with the University of New Hampshire’s Center for Ocean Renewable Energy (CORE) to test this alternative idea in renewable power generation using the motion of ocean waves ... more.
 
 
19 Oct 2012
"Wave Power Gets a Test on the Other Coast,"  by Pete Danko
Earth Techling - An online consumer publication focused on green technology

The big news in wave energy has been coming out of Oregon this year, with the launch of a federally backed test site and system, and the licensing of a grid-connected commercial project, now scheduled to deploy next spring.  Meanwhile, way over on the other side of the continent, Neptune Wave Power has been quietly testing its own device – and yesterday the company reported those tests have gone well ... more.

 

18 Oct 2012
"Neptune Wave Power Gets Positive Results Testing Latest Buoy" - Press Release
MMD Newswire -Press Releases


PORTSMOUTH, NH (MMD Newswire) October 18, 2012 -- Neptune Wave Power, LLC has been running tests on Model 3.1 of their Wave Energy Conversion (WEC) device within the University of New Hampshire's Center for Ocean Renewable Energy ('CORE') - with great results. The tests have proven the viability of Neptune's technology in a repeatable manner - for the first time ... more.

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