Rochelle Toplensky writes in The Wall Street Journal that ocean energy needs a financial lift to go mainstream.
- Waves off of the U.S. coasts can generate enough energy to potentially power two-thirds of America’s grid.
- Energy harvested from waves is renewable and also more predictable than solar or wind.
- Right now the biggest impediment to ocean energy becoming mainstream is cost, but some companies in Scotland and Hawaii have shown that it can be a commercially viable source of energy.
Read the full article here.