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2]/8 is the average specific energy of waves, in [kJ/[m.
to begin analyzing the environmental and economic impact of its proposed system of buoys to harness the energy of waves to generate electricity off the coast of Oregon.
Named after the Greek god of trickery, they work by dissipating, rather than blocking, the energy of waves.
ENERGY of waves is harnessed by 12 dolphin-like fins on hull.