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OTEC News

OTEC News reports on Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion, SeaWater Air Conditioning and related technologies.

 


Tentative Dates for the 8th International OTEC Symposium

The 8th International OTEC Symposium is tentatively scheduled to be held October 22-24, 2020 in Cancun Mexico. The organization for this year will be headed by Professor Miguel Alatorre of Instituto de Ciencias del Mar y Limnologia (UNAM). More information and updates will be made as they become available.Continue reading →


SIDS DOCK and Naval Energies to develop OTEC for Small Island Developing States

A UN-recognized initiative Small Island Developing States (SIDS DOCK) and Naval Energies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to support the development of marine renewable energy.

Under the agreement SIDS and Naval Energies will collaborate to foster the development of Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC), deep-sea conversion and floating offshore wind...Continue reading →


OTEC at upcoming Caribbean Marine Technology Forum

Information Poster Event CariMET 6- 7 November 2019

The Caribbean Marine energy Technology forum will take place in Granada on November 6th. Possible renewable marine energy sources will be the topic of interest. These include tidal power, wave energy and offshore wind energy, but...Continue reading →


Report on the 7th International OTEC Symposium

After launching the first International OTEC Symposium through the Korea-US Cooperation Program in 2013, the International OTEC Symposia have taken place each year. This year, the 7th International OTEC Symposium took place in South Korea September 27-28. Participants from at least 10 countries gathered to share the latest in technology,...Continue reading →


10th Okinawa Hawaii Ocean Energy and Economic Development Symposium and Workshop

Since 2010, Ocean Energy Workshops have been held alternately in Kona and Kumejima under the Okinawa Hawaii Clean Energy Partnership. This partnership was formed by a Memorandum of Cooperation signed by the Japanese Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry, the United States Department of Energy, Okinawa Prefecture, and the State...Continue reading →