Scientists in the Field
Spiral Notebook
Current Events
by Lily Kessinger
December 16, 2015
 
Current Events
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As evidenced by the recent climate talks in Paris, there is a need for sustainable, renewable energy in place of fossil-fuels such as coal and gas. And that’s where wave energy comes in. Imagine being able to transform the crash of ocean waves into electricity! You can learn more about the efforts being made to capture and utilize the power of the oceans as a source of energy by reading The Next Wave by Elizabeth Rusch. And be sure to check out some recent updates on wave energy testing by the Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center (NNMREC) here.

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