An Assessment of Current Technologies in Ocean Energy (Technical Insights)

 

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This research service analyzes global technology developments in the Ocean Energy area.

Table of Contents

An Assessment of Current Technologies in Ocean Energy (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryResearch Overview & MethodologyResearch OverviewMethodologyKey HighlightsKey Research HighlightsNoteworthy Emerging TechnologiesAn Assessment of Current Technologies in Ocean Energy (Technical Insights), Technology and Applications ViewpointFundamentals of Ocean EnergyBasics of Ocean EnergyTidal EnergyWave EnergyOcean Energy Thermal Conversion/Osmotic EnergyKey Players and Recent DevelopmentsKey Players-1Key Players-2An Assessment of Current Technologies in Ocean Energy (Technical Insights), Technology Adoption Factors and Industry Trends AnalysisFactors Affecting Ocean EnergyOverall Market Drivers and Challenges for Ocean EnergyOverall Market Barriers for Ocean EnergyMaterials-Related Challenges and Issues in Ocean EnergyTechnology Comparison and RoadmapComparing Ocean Energy Generation to Other RenewablesCurrent Industry Trends and Future RoadmapAn Assessment of Current Technologies in Ocean Energy (Technical Insights), Technology Developments and Project Case StudiesDevelopments in UniversitiesNovel Low-Tide Device Developed by University of MichiganTechnical Feasibility of a Power Plant from Tidal Energy in BrazilDevelopments in CompaniesSoftware for Ocean Energy Device DesignDevelopments at MCTOther DevelopmentsAn Assessment of Current Technologies in Ocean Energy (Technical Insights), Patents & Contacts of Key Industry ParticipantsPatentsIssued PatentsPublished ApplicationsDatabase of Key Industry ParticipantsIndustry ParticipantsUniversities and Research InstitutionsAn Assessment of Current Technologies in Ocean Energy (Technical Insights), Critical Reference TablesDecision Support DatabasesTotal Electricity Generated from Other SourcesTotal Thermal Power Generated--World (2004 to 2014)Total Electricity Generated--World (2004 to 2014)




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