Innovative R&D and Testing for Sustainable Marine Energy Technologies

The most notable feature of the Ohmsett facility is the above-ground outdoor concrete test tank measuring 667 feet long by 65 feet wide by 8 feet deep and filled with 2.6 million gallons of crystal clear salt water. (Image credit: Ohmsett)

The move from fossil fuels to renewable energy has many countries around the world pivoting to make the energy transition.

With that pivot and the flow of investment in clean energy research and development, technology developers are looking at untapped hydrokinetic resources such as wave, current, tidal and riverine energy that hold the greatest potential to generate green energy.

This article was featured in the May 2021 issue of ON&T. Click here to read the full story.

By Jane-Ellen Delgado, Marketing Director, Ohmsett

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