Towards Low-Cost, Low-Impact Marine Renewable Energy – Drs Grace Chang and Craig Jones, Integral Consulting Inc.

Aug 10, 2018 | earth and environment, engineering and tech

As we move towards a sustainable future, there is a growing interest in marine renewable energy technologies such as marine hydrokinetic devices and offshore wind turbines. However, the viability of these technologies and the potential environmental effects associated with their implementation needs to be established. Scientists Dr Craig Jones and Dr Grace Chang, from Integral Consulting Incorporated, USA, are working towards this goal.

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