Plenty of wave energy to be harvested close to shore

By Colin Barras SINCE the oil crisis of the 1970s kick-started interest in wave power, it has become received wisdom that only offshore waves are worth tapping into. As a result, the varied designs competing to rule the waves have been banished to distant, deep waters where conditions are rougher and engineering costs highest. Now a reassessment suggests that waves closer to shore are not such puny prospects after all,
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