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Construction set to begin this month on Oregon State’s wave energy testing facility

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Construction set to begin this month on Oregon State’s wave energy testing facility

Construction set to begin this month on Oregon State’s wave energy testing facility CORVALLIS, Ore. – After nearly a decade of work to obtain regulatory approval, Oregon State University is set to begin construction this month on a wave energy testing facility to be located about seven miles off the coast near Newport. PacWave South will be the first commercial-scale, utility grid-connected wave energy test site in the United States. The approximately $80 million facility will offer wave energy developers the opportunity to try different technologies for harnessing the power of ocean waves and transmitting that energy to the local...

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New Smart Home Device Controls Energy at the Edge

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New Smart Home Device Controls Energy at the Edge

New Smart Home Device Controls Energy at the Edge Rachel Barton/Texas A&M Engineering A mixed neighborhood of houses with solar and houses without designed and tested in a computer simulation by Texas A&M researchers to test a new smart energy device. Open circles denote nodes where homes have the PINE device and its related systems. Dark, filled circles are nodes where homes do not have PINE. All homes receive energy from the grid. A device developed at Texas A&M helps improve energy delivery between solar-powered homes and the electricity grid. Elizabeth Montalbano | Sep 15, 2020 Researchers have developed a...

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