The Army has cleared the way for
ocean-based clean energy and water. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has given
a Section 10 Permit to Renew Blue Inc. subsidiary Independent Natural Resources
Inc. (INRI) to install a commercial wave-powered demonstration facility. The
energy-producing facility is designed to turn waves into electricity while also
producing fresh, desalinated water.
This is the first instance of a
Section 10 Permit issued to demonstrate a commercial wave-energy facility.
"This permit marks a significant step to help Texas achieve its goals for new
sources of energy and clean water," says Douglas Sandberg, vice president of
facilities require substantial amounts of electricity. INRI's Seadog Pump is
powered solely by electricity developed by wave energy. Since 40 to 50 percent
of operating costs in the desalination process are attributed to energy, the
self-energy-generating Seadog offers a low-cost solution for producing fresh
Days after a massive, distributed denial-of-service attack took down dozens of major websites around the country, ARM Holdings plc is rolling out a pair of new processor architectures aimed at shoring up IoT security.
Dow Chemical and several other companies have launched a program in Omaha, Neb. to divert about 36 tons of plastics from landfills in its first phase, and convert it into energy used for cement production.
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