A 10-megawatt power plant using ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) technology is planned in waters off southern China’s Hainan Island. Construction is expected to be completed in 2017.
OilPrice.com reports on the potentials of using ocean temperature differences to create renewable energy via a technique called Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion.
OilPrice.com takes a look at Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion and its chances for being a prominent clean energy source in Hawaii.
A new material developed by Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Lockheed Martin could reduce the cost of Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion technology by half.
Ocean Thermal Energy and Bahamas Electricity agree to build the world’s first two ocean-thermal energy conversion plants in the Bahamas.
Taiwan hopes to get 200 megawatts of power from marine sources, taking advantage of wave, tidal and ocean thermal energy conversion technology.
The U.S. Navy awarded Lockheed Martin a $4.4 million contract modification to continue work on an ocean thermal energy conversion plant off the coast of Hawaii.
University of Hawaii researchers find improved ocean thermal energy conversion a possibility as an energy source on the leeward side of the islands.
Two new grant from the US Department of Energy totaling $1 million give Lockheed Martin the green light to explore the commercial potential of Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion.