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The ocean breakers crashing onto our shores have an average energy intensity of approximately 25 MW/km over about 900 km of coastline. If 75 percent of this coastline were suitable for converter installation, then a total generating capacity of about 18 000 MW could be installed.

Wave technology is receiving increased international and national attention and has better base load characteristics than many other renewable energy technologies.