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Published on December 13th, 2012 | by Zachary Shahan

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Mexico Wave Power Project Expands

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December 13th, 2012 by Zachary Shahan
 
 
We’re big fans of wave power here on CleanTechnica, but it’s still a nascent technology, with big news items on the clean energy option few and far between. The Marersa wave power news below via sister site Blue Living Ideas looks pretty big, though.



Mexico’s Marersa Expands Its Wave Power Offerings (via Blue Living Ideas)

Maremotrices de Energias Renovables (Marersa) is expanding its wave power offerings. Currently, Marersa has a three megawatt plant at Rosarita in Baja California. They are looking to expand to Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Panama, and the Dominican Republic, as well as building more wave power plants…



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  • JamesWimberley

    Noteworthy to have a Mexican company tackling one of the most difficult renewable technologies. The USA does not SFIK have an industrial player in the field.

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