Where Is Wave Energy Used?

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Wave energy is used in the generation of electricity and water pumping. It is the capture of energy from the ocean surface waves. This energy is normally produced when the electric generators are placed on the ocean surface and its output will be determined by the wave speed and height.
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Wave energy can be used in a variety of ways and a variety of places. Desalination plants, power plants, and water pumps are common places that utilize wave energy. This form of energy is not as widely used as other forms of energy. You can find more information here: http://www.alternative-energy-news.info/technology/hydro/wave-power/
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