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OTEC News

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

 


5th OTEC Symposium

The 5th International OTEC Symposium took place on Reunion Island on November 7-9, 2017. This gathering follows the previous four in Hawaii, Malaysia, South Korea, and the Netherlands. Reunion Island is a French territory off Madagascar and hosts the Naval Energies and Technical University of Reunion’s OTEC prototype. We appreciate...Continue reading →


Hawaii calls for OTEC power purchase proposals

Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority (NELHA) has launched a request for proposals for purchase of power produced by ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) plant system. The request for proposals covers the design, construction, implementation, operation and maintenance of an OTEC system at the...Continue reading →


5th International OTEC Symposium

The 5th International OTEC Symposium will be held at the beautiful island of La Réunion, from 7th to 9th November 2017. La Réunion is an overseas French Island situated in the Indian Ocean with a working Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) land-based pilot, co-funded by NAVAL Energies and the...Continue reading →


Future OTEC standard making progress within IEC TC114

An international guidance document on OTEC is making significant development progress. This document will benefit the whole OTEC community, providing guidance to designers and project developers, and reassuring investors, insurers and national authorities.

The guidance document -IEC TS 62600-20- will be a Technical Specification developed within the Technical Committee TC114 of...Continue reading →


OTEC moves a step closer in Cayman Islands

Plans for a floating power plant that will harness solar energy stored in Cayman’s coastal waters are moving forward following the completion of an environmental impact study according to an article in Cayman Compass

The owners of OTEC Cayman Ltd., in Grand Cayman this week for a renewable energy conference, told...Continue reading →