Eco Tech: Diver invents underwater WaveRoller to harness wave energy

November 3, 2009 by  
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Eco Factor: Device designed to harness kinetic energy of sea waves and convert it into usable electricity. Finnish diver Rauno Koivusaari has designed a prototype device that could lead to the development of a system to harness renewable energy from ocean waves in a cost-effective manner

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  1. Curtis a. Paine on Thu, 13th May 2010 6:02 pm 

    Look…Some kind of wave timer machine…that tunes the ocean waves down and currents or whatever…and then converts them over and in to electricity…We’re getting it from the Sun, Wind, Air, Space, Earth,…Let’s keep on studying the powers of magnetism and things such as “conducers” and the like…and Solar energy/Wind energy/Earth energies/Etc…Then we can get the privatized industrized industrities out of the way…and you know what other entities…Let’s just get the $$$’s out of the system’s control when it comes to the handling of ELECTRICITY anyway…



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