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Ocean Energy

Ocean Energy

This report analyzes the Global market for Ocean Energy in Megawatts and US$ Million. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2006 through 2015. The report profiles 56 companies including Atlantis Resources Corporation Pte Limited, Marine Current Turbines, Oceanlinx Limited, Ocean Power Technologies, Inc., OpenHydro Group, Pelamis Wave Power Ltd., and Verdant Power, Inc. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.

  • I.Introduction, Methodology & Product Definitions
    • Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations
    • Disclaimers
    • Data interpretation & Reporting Level
    • Quantitative Techniques & Analytics
    • Product Definitions and Scope of Study
    • Wave Energy
    • Tidal Energy
    • Ocean thermal Energy Conversion
    • Salt Energy
  • II. Executive Summary
    • 1.Industry Overview
    • Renewable Energy industry
    • Introduction to Ocean Energy
    • State of Ocean Energy industry
    • Current and Future Analysis
    • Key Trends in a Nutshell
    • Types of Ocean Energy
    • Wave Energy
    • Tidal and Marine Currents
    • Tidal Barrages
    • Ocean thermal Energy Conversion (Otec)
    • Salinity Gradient (Osmotic Energy)
    • Marine Biomass
    • The Potential of Ocean Energy
    • Table 1: Global Ocean Energy Market: Expected Annual Resource (In Tw Per Hour) by Approach Type– Wave Energy, Tidal Energy, Osmotic Energy, and Ocean thermal Energy
    • Fast Facts
    • Table 2: Global Ocean Energy Market: Breakdown of Exploitable Ocean Energy (In ‘000 Twh Per Annum) with Currently Available Technology by Approach Type – Wave Energy, Tidal Energy, Salinity Gradient Energy, and Ocean thermal Energy (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Major Trends
    • Increasing investments in Research & Development
    • Table 3: Global Ocean Energy Market (2005, 2030 and 2050: Breakdown of Range of investment Cost (In Us$/Kw) for Ocean Energy Projects by Segment
    • Table 4: Global Ocean Energy Market (2005, 2030, and 2050): Range of Production Cost (In Us$/Kw) for Ocean Energy Projects by Segment
    • Wave and Tidal Approaches Playing Major Role
    • Similarities Between Approaches
    • Wave Energy: Dominates All Approaches
    • Increasing Government Support
    • Future Looks Bright
    • Europe: Dominates Technology Development
    • The United Kingdom: Global Leader
    • Ocean Energy: Opportunities and Challenges
    • Opportunities
    • Decades of Dedication
    • Huge Potential
    • Predictability and Abundant Resources Edge Out Other Renewable Energy Sources
    • Reducing Dependence On Exhaustible Energy Sources
    • Low Production Cost
    • Challenges
    • Extensive Support Required for R&d
    • Maintenance Problems
    • High infrastructure Cost
    • Environmental Problems & Concerns
    • Unforeseen Expenditure
    • Technological Challenges
    • Non-Technological Barriers
    • Grid Connection
    • Regulatory Structure
    • Financial Motivation
    • Other Barriers
    • Industry Firsts
    • Status of Technology
    • 2.Tidal Power
    • Overview
    • Evolution of Tidal Power
    • Methods of Energy Conversion
    • Tidal Barrage
    • Table 5: Worldwide Major Locations with Mean Tidal Range >5 Meters (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Major Drawbacks of Barrage System
    • Limited Area
    • Environmental Hazards
    • Tidal Streams
    • Tidal Energy: Abundant Resources Despite Technology Barriers
    • Tidal Power and Science
    • Potential of Tidal Power
    • Advantages and Disadvantages
    • Inexhaustible and Highly Reliable
    • Cost and Environmental Concerns
    • Application of Tidal Power
    • Projects initiated
    • Table 6: Select Tidal Projects Worldwide (2008)
    • Table 7: Global Ocean Energy industry (2008): Breakdown of Tidal Energy installations by Technology (Capacity in Mw) (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • First-Generation Tidal Power Plants
    • Drawbacks
    • Second-Generation Or Tidal Current Devices
    • Advantages
    • Future Perspective of Tidal Energy
    • 3.Wave Power
    • Market Overview
    • Availability of Wave Energy
    • Major Resources
    • Potential of Wave Power
    • Advantages of Wave Energy
    • Challenges Faced by Wave Energy Power Facilities
    • Technology Overview
    • Oscillating Water Column (Owc)
    • Point Absorption Devices
    • Attenuator
    • Overtopping Devices
    • Table 8: Global Ocean Energy Market (2009): Status of Wave Energy Scaling Technologies by Type
    • Table 9: Global Ocean Energy Market (2008): Breakdown of Wave Energy installations by Technology (Capacity in Mw) (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Technology Development: Uk and Portugal Lead the Way
    • Select Wave Power Projects by Country
    • Us
    • Uk
    • Ireland
    • Scotland
    • Hawaii
    • Portugal
    • 4.Salt Power
    • Introduction
    • Resources
    • Table 10: Major Resources of Osmotic Energy Worldwide (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Technology Development
    • Major Projects
    • 5.Ocean thermal Energy
    • Introduction
    • Mechanism
    • State-of-The-Art
    • 6.Major Wave & Tidal Energy Projects
    • The United Kingdom
    • North America
    • 7.Competitive Scenario
    • Global Ocean Energy Market: Breakdown of Market Participants in the Wave Power Segment by Technology
    • Table 11: Global Ocean Wave Energy Market: Percentage Breakdown of Technology Adoption by Market Participants (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Global Ocean Energy Market: Breakdown of Market Participants in the Tidal Power Segment by Technology
    • Table 12: Global Ocean Tidal Energy Market: Percentage Breakdown of Technology Adoption by Market Participants (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • 8.Regional Markets
    • North America
    • The United States
    • Ocean Energy Gaining Momentum
    • Research and Development
    • Major Funding in the Recent Past
    • Wave Energy Market
    • Opt: the First Company to issue Ipo
    • Tidal Energy
    • Ocean thermal Energy Conversion
    • Canada
    • Focusing On Waves and Tides
    • Leads Tidal Energy Resources
    • Nova Scotia
    • New Brunswick
    • Status of Wave Energy
    • Holds Promise Despite Limited Development
    • Europe
    • Ocean Energy Experiences Recession Effect
    • Focus On Select European Markets
    • Denmark
    • Wave Energy
    • Finland
    • Wave Energy
    • France
    • Tidal Energy
    • Germany
    • Wave Energy
    • Greece
    • Wave Energy
    • Norway
    • Tidal Energy
    • Wave Energy
    • Portugal
    • Wave Energy
    • Pelamis Wave Power
    • Waveroller
    • Russia
    • Tidal Energy
    • Spain
    • Wave Energy
    • Sweden
    • Wave Energy
    • The United Kingdom
    • Leads the Ocean Energy industry
    • Reviving interest in Marine Energy
    • Challenges Faced by the Marine Energy Market
    • Marine Energy Market Attracting Private investors
    • Tidal Energy
    • Select Tidal Energy Projects
    • Eday island
    • Alderney island
    • Northern Ireland
    • The Skerries
    • Pentland Firth
    • Wave Energy
    • Select Wave Energy Projects
    • Scotland: a Major Market
    • Wave Energy
    • Ireland
    • Wave Energy
    • Wavebob Ltd.
    • Ocean Energy
    • Asia-Pacific
    • Australia
    • Wave Energy
    • Port Kembla
    • Fremantle
    • King island
    • China
    • Tidal Energy
    • Wave Energy
    • India
    • Tidal Energy
    • Wave Energy
    • Ocean thermal Energy Conversion
    • Japan
    • Wave Energy
    • Korea
    • Tidal Energy
    • Sri Lanka
    • The Philippines
    • Rest of World
    • Cuba
    • Ocean thermal Energy Conversion
    • French Polynesia
    • Ocean thermal Energy Conversion
    • Mexico
    • Wave Energy
    • Palau
    • Ocean thermal Energy Conversion
    • Puerto Rico
    • Ocean thermal Energy Conversion
    • South Africa
    • Wave Energy
    • 9.Concepts of Ocean Energy
    • Ocean Energy
    • Types of Ocean Energy
    • Marine Renewable Energy
    • Marine Non-Renewable Energies
    • Ocean Energy Extraction
    • Mechanical Energy
    • Thermal Energy
    • Electricity Conversion Systems
    • Ocean thermal Energy Conversion (Otec)
    • Wave Energy
    • Tidal Energy
    • 10.Recent industry Activity
    • Renewable Energy Holdings to Acquire Stake in Carnegie Corporation
    • Statkraft Acquires Stake in Atlantis Resources
    • Vattenfall Takes Over interest in Irish Company
    • Crescent Point Takes Over Wave Energy
    • Orecon Becomes a Member of Uk Wave Hub
    • Atlantis Resources to Experiment World's Largest Tidal Turbine
    • Pulse Tidal Unveils New Prototype Tidal Energy System
    • Aquamarine Power Rolls Out Hydro-Electric Wave Energy Device
    • Nova Scotia to Establish Tidal Energy Facility
    • Ocean Power Technologies Collaborates with Lockheed Martin
    • Voith Hydro forms Joint Venture with Rwe innogy
    • Port of Hanstholm and University of Aalborg to Deploy New Wave Energy Centre
    • Florida Atlantic University Obtains Federal Grant
    • Atlantis Resources forges Deal with Gujarat Government
    • Om Sai Mantra Powergen to Establish Power Plant
    • Orecon Enters into Joint Venture with Eneólica
    • Voith Hydro and Rwe innogy Enter into Joint Venture
    • Aquamarine Power Enters into Partnership with Airtricity
    • Marine Current Turbines Enters into Partnership with Minas Basin Pulp and Power Company
    • Orecon and Estaleiros Navais Do Mondego Sign Construction Agreement
    • Biopower Systems to Explore Wave Energy Generation From Pacific Ocean
    • Ocean Power Technologies and Lockheed Martin Sign Agreement
    • Aw-Energy Receives Contract From the European Union
    • Ocean Power Technologies inks Agreement with South West Regional Development Agency
    • The Crown Estate and Marine Current Turbines ink Agreement
    • Vattenfall Signs Agreement with Wavebob
    • Edf Energy Nouvelles Signs Agreement with Renewable Energy Holdings
    • Pacific Gas and Electric Company and Finavera Renewables ink Agreement
    • Lockheed Martin Secures Contract From U.S. Navy
    • Voith Siemens Hydro Power Generation to Change Name to Voith Hydro
    • Rentricity to install Energy Recovery System
    • Pwp Obtains Order From E.On for Wave Energy Converter
    • Dresser-Rand and Orecon ink Memorandum of Understanding
    • Ocean Power Technologies inks Agreement with Lockheed Martin
    • Alstom Hydro Signs Agreement with Clean Current Power Systems
    • Ocean Power Technologies inks Agreement with Japan Wind Development, Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding, and Idemitsu Kosan
    • Ocean Power Tech inks Agreement with Griffin Energy
    • Biopower Signs Agreement with Siemens
    • Atlantis Resources Takes Over Morgan Stanley's Business
    • Emera Acquires Stake in Openhydro Group
    • Ocean Power Technologies inks Agreement with Leighton Contractors
    • Ocean Power Technologies Enters into Agreement with Griffin Energy
    • Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Approves installation and Licensing of Hydrokinetic Power Station
    • Ocean Power Technologies Signs Agreement with Leighton Contractors
    • Lockheed Martin Enters into Partnership with industrial Technology Research institute
    • Atlantis and Clp Sign Memorandum of Understanding
    • Aquamarine Power invests in Ocean Flow Energy
    • Iberdrola Enters into Agreement with Tecnalia
    • Sde Energy and Desalination ink Agreement
    • Edf to Build Tidal Turbine System
    • Korea to Set Up Power Plant
    • Esb independent Energy inks Power Purchase Agreement
    • Nyc Deploys Aluminum Alloy Turbine
    • 11.Focus On Select Device Developers
    • Atlantis Resources Corporation Pte Limited (Singapore)
    • Marine Current Turbines (Uk)
    • Oceanlinx Limited (Australia)
    • Ocean Power Technologies, inc. (Usa)
    • Openhydro Group (Uk)
    • Pelamis Wave Power Ltd. (Uk)
    • Verdant Power, inc. (Us)
    • 12.Global Market Perspective
    • Table 13: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Ocean Energy – installed Ocean Energy Capacity in Megawatts for Years 2006 Through 2015 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 14: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Ocean Energy – Annual Revenues in Us$ Million for Years 2006 Through 2015 (Includes Corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • III. Competitive Landscape
    • Total Companies Profiled: 56 (Including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 60)
    • Region/Countryplayers
    • The United States
    • Canada
    • Europe
    • France
    • Germany
    • The United Kingdom
    • Spain
    • Rest of Europe
    • Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan)
    • Middle East
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