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    1. DoE and EPRI assessment reports of Wave and Tidal power

      DoE and EPRI assessment reports of Wave and Tidal power

      The Department of Energy (“DOE”) released two nationwide resource assessments for wave and tidal energy projects in the U.S. The reports, funded by the DOE and prepared by the Electric Power Research Institute ("EPRI") and the Georgia Tech Research Corporation, present the most rigorous and comprehensive analysis to date of the resources available and their location.

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      Mentions: DoE U.S. Georgia
    2. PG&E Sinks Wave Power

      PG&E Sinks Wave Power
      California utility PG&E is finally giving up on wave power ... essentially it has abandoned all wave power projects it had been researching, including pilot projects and permits for three areas along the California coast ... According to research done by Black and Veatch last year, ocean power — both wave and tidal — have one of the highest levelized costs of energy (the cost over the life of the system) out of all the clean energy generation options.
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      Mentions: CA CA Pub Util Comm
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