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View Diary: From the Basque Country to Bangladesh: A Climate Change Solution? (23 comments)

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    Is that one advantage of (floating) wave generation systems is they operate constantly and can be engineered to deliver close to peak output and average wave amplitude. This means the output is more dependable and constant than wind.

    This has some advantages in scaling systems(less over building is required) and should be an advantage in local grid scenarios

    What I don't know is the areal power generation density of these systems or the maintinence requirements which might be kind of high given the environment.

    One more option.

    What about my Daughter's future?

    by koNko on Sun Sep 05, 2010 at 08:12:01 AM PDT

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