Marine & Hydrokinetic

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The marine and hydrokinetic industry is a newly emerging field that only has a handful of demonstration projects in U.S. waters. Marine and hydrokinetic technologies capture energy from oceans and rivers—including waves, tides, ocean currents, free-flowing rivers, streams, and ocean thermal gradients—to generate electricity. Although these technologies are at a very early stage of development, they hold significant promise for adding to our nation’s renewable energy portfolio.

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Databases
Tools
Reports
Guidance

Marine & Hydrokinetic Events

  • IEA Ocean Energy Systems Webinar: Marine Renewable Energy Data and Information Sharing Join us for a webinar on the status of marine renewable energy data collection and availability, the benefits of data and information sharing internationally, promising methods of dissemination and quality control, and an opportunity to contribute to future data organization and sharing.
  • Water Power Week 2018 Waterpower Week is comprised of three co-located conferences rolled into one: NHA’s Annual Conference, International Marine Renewable Energy Conference (IMREC), and Marine Energy Technology Symposium (METS).
  • U.S. Department of Energy Water Power Events U.S. Department of Energy calendar with meetings, conferences, and webinars of interest to the marine and hydrokinetic technology community.

Marine & Hydrokinetic News

Marine & Hydrokinetic Databases

Marine & Hydrokinetic Tools

Open Source Codes

  • CACTUS - Code for Axial and Cross-flow Turbine Simulation
  • HARP_Opt - Code for airfoil and hydrofoil blade-design optimization
  • WEC-Sim - Wave Energy Converter Simulation tool to assess energy capture and power performance
  • MAP - Mooring Analysis Program
  • PyTurbSim - Code for producing realistic turbulent inflow for turbine device simulation
  • DOLfYN - Hydrokinetic turbine inflow measurement data processing and analysis tools
  • Total tidal power calculation tools provide a consistent toolset for calculating total tidal power from tidal ellipse data
  • JEDI Jobs and Economic Development Impacts Marine and Hydrokinetic Power Model (NREL)


Marine & Hydrokinetic Reports

University of Victoria, West Coast Wave Initiative, Scale Model WEC Testing
Reference Model Project Reports and Documents
National Marine Renewable Energy Centers Publications
WEC Modeling
MHK Cost Reduction Pathway White Papers
MHK LCOE Reporting Guidance and Cost Breakdown Structure
MHK Risk Assessment Framework
Department of Energy Reports:
MHK Tech Papers
  • MHK Tech Papers Blog: The purpose of this blog is to aggregate and organize technical papers as they relate to the development of MHK technologies
Final Reports From Department of Energy Funded Projects:

Marine & Hydrokinetic Guidance


Water Power Stakeholders

Information about the major stakeholders in the water power industry, such as name, web address, sector, and more.

Water Power Community

Provides the community with a method for engaging in conversation and providing feedback to questions about different water power topics of interest.

Water Power Forum
MHK Instrumentation Forum