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OTEC News

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

 


Potential effects of deep seawater discharge by an OTEC plant on the marine microorganisms in oligotrophic waters

In relation to the for 2020 scheduled 10 MW OTEC plant offshore the Martinique Island, this project called ‘IMPALA’ (Impacts of artificial upwelling on microplankton) aims to study the potential environmental impacts of releasing, below the surface, deep seawater flowing out of OTEC plant. This OTEC plant will pump approximately 100,000 m3.h−1...Continue reading →


Allseas targets renewables with acquisition of OTEC specialist Bluerise

Allseas has acquired Bluerise, a specialist developer of Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) technology that delivers renewable energy solutions.

Based in Delft, the Netherlands, Bluerise has been researching and developing OTEC technology for 9 years, designing systems that utilise the natural temperature difference in the ocean between cold deep water (5°C)...Continue reading →


7th International OTEC Symposium

On September 26-28, the 7th International OTEC Symposium will be held in Busan, Republic of Korea. Busan is a beautiful maritime city, and is the second largest metropolitan city in Korea. Bridging between Asian continent and Pacific Ocean, it has been a hub port for fisheries and other maritime industries...Continue reading →


Ocean thermal energy holds promise for Oman

Oman has the potential to harness the ocean’s inexhaustible thermal energy for power generation and district cooling, among other commercial applications, according to an international expert specialising in the use of this renewable resource.

Berend Jan Kleute (pictured), Co-Founder of Bluerise — a Dutch-based company known for its pioneering Ocean Thermal...Continue reading →


Japan Supported Project toward Development of Advanced Hybrid OTEC in Malaysia

The Japan Science and Technology Agency last month announced seven new SATREPS (Science and Technology Research Partnership for Sustainable Development) projects for FY2018 including a collaborative research program between the Institute of Ocean Energy, Saga and Universiti Teknologi Malaysia.

The collaborative research is entitled “Project for Development of Advanced Hybrid...Continue reading →