US Navy connects first wave power system to grid

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PowerBuoy installed off the coast of Hawaii begins feeding energy into the grid

The US Navy has installed a wave power system at the Kaneohe Bay Marine Corps Base in Oahu, Hawaii, in what it says is the first grid-connected wave power installation in the US. The test wave generation...

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