OceanBased Perpetual Energy was proud to be featured in the National Hydropower Association’s official recap of the recently concluded International Conference on Ocean Energy #ICOE2021.
OceanBased CEO Nasser M.N. Alshemaimry opened the three-day virtual conference, which was held for the first time ever in the United States.
View the ICOE2021.org website here.
” . . . the marine energy industry has experienced dynamic growth, with multiple technologies in or soon-to-be in the water. In the U.S., these include tidal power technology (Verdant Power), riverine hydrokinetic technology (ORPC), wave power technologies (Oscilla, C-Power, and Cal-Wave), and ocean current technology (Ocean Based Perpetual Energy).
“There is an incredible amount of excitement around the world related to commercialization of marine energy technologies,” observed Paul Gay, co-chair of NHA’s Marine Energy Council and vice president at SMI, Inc. (Strategic Marketing Innovations). “2021 will set a record for global deployments of technology demonstrations across the world, including Orkney, Tasmania, Oahu, Igiugig, and San Diego, for just a few examples!”
To read the rest of the article that appeared in the National Hydropower Association’s “PowerHouse” magazine, click HERE.