Hawaii Proposal Calls For 100 Wave-Energy Conversion Platforms to Be Built 15 to 25 Miles Off Honolulu

A Seattle company is hoping to convert the motion of the ocean into electricity.

Grays Harbor Ocean Energy Company has asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for permits to harness energy from waves off the coastline of six states.

In all, the company would build seven harnessing sites — in federal waters off California, Hawaii, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Rhode Island — each covering about 100 square miles…

…The Hawaii proposal calls for 100 wave-energy conversion platforms to be built 15 to 25 miles off Honolulu…

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  1. Wow, I wonder if these might act as FAD’s (fish aggrecation device) An anchor for a reef, and a bouy for surface shade, would definetly draw fish. Don’t let them fence it or declare the area kapu.

    Damon – Check out this recent advertiser blog

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