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Thesis Series: Emma Cotter on Using Machine Learning to Measuring Environmental Interactions of Marine Energy Devices

Thesis Series: Emma Cotter on Using Machine Learning to Measuring Environmental Interactions of Marine Energy Devices

Emma Cotter's doctoral research used a cutting-edge instrumentation suite and machine learning to see how marine life interact with marine energy installations. Her work opens new avenues for ensuring the advancement of marine renewable energy doesn't come at the expense of marine ecosystems.

UW Magazine: Converting ocean waves into electricity poses challenges—and promise

UW Magazine: Converting ocean waves into electricity poses challenges—and promise

A feature in Columns, the alumni magazine of the University of Washington, describes recent testing of wave energy converters at the Wave Energy Test Site in Kaneohe, Hawaii, as well as the broader set of challenges in marine energy being confronted by PMEC.

Navy: NAVFAC EXWC Supports Successful Test of Wave Energy Converter Powering

Navy: NAVFAC EXWC Supports Successful Test of Wave Energy Converter Powering

A press release from the Naval Facilities Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center (NAVFAC EXWC) describes the most recent round of Wave Energy Converter (WEC) testing at the U.S. Navy’s Wave Energy Test Site (WETS), including PMEC’s participation.