Missed the live webinar? View a recording of "Tapping the Power of Flowing Water." Take a deep dive into hydrokinetic demo projects underway in New York Harbor and the Gulf Stream.
Missed the live webinar? View a recording of "Tapping the Power of Flowing Water."
Susan Skemp, Southeast National Marine Renewable Energy Center, and Jonathan Colby, Verdant Power, will take you on a deep dive into hydrokinetic projects underway in New York Harbor and the Gulf Stream. You'll learn about the engineering behind each technology, environmental constraints, and the challenges associated with licensing. The presentations include:
Tide Turbine Arrays: Commercialization and the Roosevelt Island Tidal Energy (RITE) Project, presented by Jonathan A. Colby, Verdant Power
Ocean Energy: A Path Forward to Sustainability, presented by Susan H. Skemp, Southeast National Marine Renewable Energy Center
Moderated by David Walsh, Editor, ASME.org
ASME Energy Forum is a new, year-long multimedia series that explores the technical aspects and workings of a broad range of energy sources and related technologies. From solar power and hydrokinetics to fuel cell vehicles and wind farms, you'll get leading expert perspectives on how these energy sources work, the technical issues and challenges, and the economic implications for businesses.
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