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Wave power ready for take off
13 August, 2008
A spate of small wave power schemes is now under development that could eventually result in the widespread commercial production of electricity utilising the power of waves, writes Neil Ford

Floating for success
16 January, 2008
While recent commercial agreements have launched Oceanlinx into a new stage of business operations, research and development remain the core of its activities, reports Suzanne Pritchard

The hub of developments
10 January, 2008
In September, the UK government gave planning approval for the world's first large scale wave farm off the coast of Cornwall in South West England. It means the UK£28M 'Wave Hub' project, developed by the South West of England Regional Development Agency (SWRDA), has cleared the last major regulatory hurdle, reports Chris Webb

A removable solution
10 January, 2008
The US Army Corps of Engineers is preparing the installation of its third removable spillway weir (RSW) on the Lower Snake river. Kevin Crum reports on why the RSW was needed and details the installation at the Lower Monumental dam

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