Archive for the tag: wave

Ocean Energy – Wave Power Station

Alternative Energy No Comments »

The functionality of the wave power station developed by Voith Hydro ( Animation produced by the company “i-explain” ( This video explains the function of the Wave Power Station with Wells turbine. This plant was shut down. It was built mainly as a test plant. There is a new bigger plant in Spain, near Bilbao – Mutriku Wave Power Plant. ( Yes, this video is old, but it still explains the functionality of this power plant, so please don`t complain about it.​
Video Rating: / 5

Subject – Renewable Energy and Energy Storage

Video Name – Tidal Energy

Chapter – Other Sources

Faculty – Prof. Shyni Nambiyar

Upskill and get Placements with Ekeeda Career Tracks
Data Science –
Software Development Engineer –
Embedded & IoT Engineer –

Get FREE Trial for GATE 2023 Exam with Ekeeda GATE – 20000+ Lectures & Notes, strategy, updates, and notifications which will help you to crack your GATE exam.
Coupon Code – EKGATE

Get Free Notes of All Engineering Subjects & Technology

Access the Complete Playlist of Subject Renewable Energy and Energy Storage

Happy Learning

Social Links:

Video Rating: / 5

How It Works: Wave Energy

Alternative Energy No Comments »

How It Works: Wave Energy

Although water covers most of our planet’s surface, energy from waves is a largely untapped resource.

Learn how wave power works in this illustrated animation from OurFuture.Energy

Discover more fantastic energy-related and curriculum-aligned resources for the classroom at
Video Rating: / 5

The Wave Power Tech Competing with Fossil Fuels

Alternative Energy No Comments »

The Waveline Magnet floats on the surface of the water and can be used for desalination, hydrogen fuel production, and electricity generation.

0:00 – Intro
0:21 – Competing with Fossil Fuels
1:17 – How it Works
2:52 – Outcomes

Subscribe to CNET:
Never miss a deal again! See CNET’s browser extension 👉
Follow us on TikTok:
Follow us on Instagram:
Follow us on Twitter:
Like us on Facebook:

#Wave #Power #Tech
Video Rating: / 5

Why wave power isn't everywhere (yet)

Alternative Energy No Comments »

The oceans, that cover most of the planet, are full of energy. So much, in fact, that if we could harness that of all the waves, we’d fulfill global demand three times over. There’s just one small problem: No one has figured out exactly how to make this work long-term. But we could be on the cusp of sea change.

Author: Aditi Rajagopal
Camera: Florian Kroker
Video Editor: Henning Goll
Supervising Editor: Kiyo Dörrer, Joanna Gottschalk

We’re destroying our environment at an alarming rate. But it doesn’t need to be this way. Our channel explores the shift towards an eco-friendly world — and challenges our ideas about what dealing with climate change means. We look at the big and the small: What we can do and how the system needs to change. Every Friday we’ll take a truly global look at how to get us out of this mess.

#PlanetA #WaveEnergy #WavePower

Read More:

Outlook for the industry: and

Experimental designs: and

Join the wave energy club:

Special thanks to the following (for background interviews):
Lisa MacKenzie and Matthew Finn and the European Marine Energy Centre (
Rémi Gruet at Ocean Energy Europe (
Burke Hale at Oregon State University
George Hagerman at Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography
Tobias Voelkel and Doris Froitzheim at Sinn Power
Danielle Bilik and Inna Braverman at Eco Wave Power

00:00 Intro
01:11 The complexity of waves
02:52 How to tame a wave
04:12 The industry’s crests and troughs
06:17 Waves work when others crash
07:27 Wave power today
10:28 Conclusion
Video Rating: / 5

Voith Hydro ( developed a turbine for the utilization of tidal​ currents. Animation produced by the company “i-explain” (
Video Rating: / 5