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Ocean Systems Engineering
  Volume 8, Number 2, June 2018 , pages 119-166
DOI: https://doi.org/10.12989/ose.2018.8.2.119
 

Assessment of the potential for the design of marine renewable energy systems
Maxime Duthoit and Jeffrey Falzarano

 
Abstract
    The assessment of the potential for the design of marine renewable energy systems is reviewed and the current situation for marine renewable energy is promising. The most studied forms of marine renewable energy are ocean wind energy, ocean wave energy and tidal energy. Wind turbine generators include mostly horizontal axis type and vertical axis type. But also more exotic ideas such as a kite design. Wave energy devices consist of designs converting wave oscillations in electric power via a power take off equipment. Such equipment can take multiple forms to be more efficient. Nevertheless, the technology alone cannot be the only step towards marine renewable energy. Many other steps must be overcome: policy, environment, manpower as well as consumption habits. After reviewing the current conditions of marine renewable energy development, the authors analyzed the key factors for developing a strong marine renewable energy industry and pointed out the huge potential of marine renewable energy.
 
Key Words
    marine renewable energy; renewable; wind; wave; generator; competitiveness
 
Address
Maxime Duthoit: LNG & Renewables Product Line, SBM Offshore, 11 Avenue Albert II, 98000, Monaco
Jeffrey Falzarano: Department of Ocean Engineering, Texas A&M University, 727 Ross St, College Station,
Texas 77840, USA
 

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