Could FloWave's ocean simulator help turn the tide for the marine energy industry

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Could FloWave's ocean simulator help turn the tide for the marine energy industry

Marine energy award winner talks to BusinessGreen about how its testing tank can help marine technologies better prepare for the hardships of ocean deployment

How do you test a wave energy device in real-life conditions, without having to invest millions in making it and putting it in the sea? While several facilities which can imitate the forces at play in...

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