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  1. Wave Energy Conversion to power offshore Aquaculture Operations

    SBC: Ocean Farm Technologies, Inc.            Topic: 8113

    Ocean Farm Technologies, Inc. (OFT) proposes to continue investigating using ocean wave energy in the form of compressed air to power open ocean aquaculture operations. In Phase I, OPT designed, built and began testing an affordable and efficient wave energy converter (WEC) that generated and stored compressed air. In Phase II OFT will demonstrate using compressed air from an improved WEC desig ...

    SBIR Phase II 2009 Department of Commerce
  2. Wave Energy Converter for Off Shore Aquaculture

    SBC: TRITON SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: C5614d

    Offshore aquaculture (fish farming) is poised to grow within the United States Economic Exclusion Zone. Currently, these systems get their power from diesel generators, which are detrimental to the ocean environment due to their emissions, noise pollution, and risk of fuel spills. Aquaculture stakeholders are looking to leverage ocean renewable energy to offset fossil fuels and increase sustainabi ...

    SBIR Phase I 2023 Department of Energy
  3. Wave Energy Converter Performance- and Cost Optimization Through Novel Controls Strategies

    SBC: COLUMBIA POWER TECHNOLOGIES, INC.            Topic: 09a

    The US Department of Energy (DOE) has reported that the wave energy resource available in the US has the potential to power over 100 million homes each year, and the DOE is currently developing an aggressive strategy to support its vision of providing 15% of our nations electricity needs from water power by 2030. However, in addition to survivability and impact issues, producing cost-competitive e ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of Energy
  4. Wave Energy Harvesting Buoy for Communications at Speed and Depth and Distributed Sensor Networks

    SBC: MIKROS SYSTEMS CORPORATION            Topic: N07144

    Mikros Systems Corporation addresses the need for current and future buoy systems used by the United States Navy’s submarine fleet to increase situational awareness and battle group integration by enabling Communications at Speed and Depth (CSD) and through Distributed Sensor Networks (DSN). Mikros proposes a system solution consisting of small buoys that harvest energy from both ocean waves an ...

    SBIR Phase I 2008 Department of DefenseNavy
  5. Wave Energy Harvesting System

    SBC: Peregrine Power LLC            Topic: 812SG

    The applicant will develop a wave energy harvesting system for NOAA buoys. It will ve entirely self-contained (no protruding elements), modular, scalable, and easily deployed. The system employs a unique, inertial mechanism that responds to acceleration forces created by waves. This mechanism will be combined with (1) a proprietary generator that is sensitive to very low levels of torque and ha ...

    SBIR Phase I 2011 Department of CommerceNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  6. Wave Energy Harvesting System

    SBC: Peregrine Power LLC            Topic: 812SG

    Peregrine Power, LLC will develop a wave energy harvesting system for NOAA buoys. It will be entirely self-contained (no protruding elements), modular, scalable, and easily deployed. The system employs a unique, inertial mechanism that responds to acceleration forces created by waves. This mechanism will be combined with (1) a proprietary generator that is sensitive to very low levels of torque ...

    SBIR Phase II 2012 Department of Commerce
  7. Wave Energy Harvesting to Power LiDAR Buoys

    SBC: TRITON SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: 18a

    Due to increased pressure from climate change and global energy insecurity, there has been a surge in demand for renewable energy. One potential market has been severely underutilized: marine renewable energy. Buoy mounted LiDAR systems are being used to understand site-specific physical and environmental responses to renewable energy development, which is critical to reducing time and costs assoc ...

    SBIR Phase I 2021 Department of Energy
  8. Wave Energy Harvesting to Power LiDAR Buoys

    SBC: TRITON SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: C5218a

    Due to increased pressure from climate change and global energy insecurity, there has been a surge in demand for renewable energy. One potential market has been severely underutilized: marine renewable energy. Buoy mounted LiDAR systems are being used to understand site-specific physical and environmental responses to renewable energy development, which is critical to reducing time and costs assoc ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 Department of Energy
  9. Wave Energy Harvesting to Power Ocean Buoys

    SBC: TRITON SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: 13c

    Promotion of the Blue Economy requires a deeper understanding of the oceans to enable better management of the many aspects of oceanic sustainability. Our understanding has increased dramatically over the last 20 years in response to growing concerns about Global Climate Change, sea level rise, and the dramatic declines in many fisheries, but much more data is needed to support relevant research. ...

    SBIR Phase I 2020 Department of Energy
  10. Wave Energy Harvesting to Power Ocean Buoys

    SBC: TRITON SYSTEMS, INC.            Topic: 13c

    Promotion of the Blue Economy requires a deeper understanding of the oceans to enable better management of the many aspects of oceanic sustainability. Our understanding has increased dramatically over the last 20 years in response to growing concerns about Global Climate Change, sea level rise, and the dramatic declines in many fisheries, but much more data is needed to support relevant research. ...

    SBIR Phase II 2021 Department of Energy
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