Wave energy atlas to identify potential power hotspots

August 2014
Ecos;Aug2014, Issue 198, p13
Blog Entry
An excerpt from the article "Wave energy atlas to identify potential power hotspots" which appeared online on August 4, 2014 is presented which focuses on the online wave energy atlas to be developed for identification of potential wave power in Australia.


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