‘Artificial Blowhole’ Generates Wave Energy for 1 Year

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The UniWave200, a device that converts wave energy into electricity using an artificial version of a blowhole, just completed a one-year test producing energy off the coast of King Island, Australia. We talked to the CEO of Wave Swell Energy, the company behind the project, to find out how it went, what they learned, and what comes next.

0:00 Intro
0:27 How the Artificial Blowhole works
1:05 One year progress report
2:32 Environmental impact
4:00 Benefits of producing clean power
4:46 Outro

How this ‘artificial blowhole’ aims to make wave energy mainstream

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