Wind and solar are well-known forms of sustainable energy, but an Australian company is making a splash with their method of generating sea power. Wave Swell Energy produces sustainable electricity from the ocean with an affordable and efficient wave machine.
The Wave Swell Energy sea power system uses an oscillating water column, but with patented technology that offers another outlet and more effective turbine. The clean, emissions-free machine does not use any oil or other environmentally harmful components. There are no moving parts under water either, eliminating the chance of injury to marine life. And it only makes the same amount of noise as a standard vacuum.
The feasible wave technology is also cost-effective, with prices being comparable to new coal-fired power plants.
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