India launches first wave-driven shipping
Chennai, November 13, a wave-operated navigation market that was launched here today, which was developed by the National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT), was guided in and out of ports.
Here at Anor Kamaraj port, the bayoya will navigate through the specified channel, will help ships get out of the harbor and go out.
According to NIOT, robot beacons are operated by wave energy for the guidance of ships, while conventional people use solar energy. Boy stores energy is generated from waves in a battery.
In addition, the buoy will be able to record wind speed and direction data from various other aspects, which will be relayed to the Port Authority.
International Science Agency – On the eve of the 33rd Executive Committee Meeting of the Cooperation Program of the Ocean Energy Systems (IEA-OES), the Secretary was launched by the Ministry of Earth Sciences M. Rajivan and the Oceans-A global scenario
The meeting will be held in India on 14th November and 15th November at NIOT Campus for the first time.
Also inaugurated an Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) Desalination Test facility at NIOT Campus, along with President of Rajeev, OES Henry Jeffrey and its member secretary Anna A. Brito Mello.
Power and fresh water, chief of NIOT, Purnima Jalhal told reporters that the buoya made for the lifespan of around 15-20 years is completely indigenous and it is less than the imported buoys.
Rajiv van said,
“We want to work together with the industry.”
He said that commercialization was a focus area.
On asking if there was any time limit for commercialization, Rajeev said that it depends on many factors including approval.
Ocean Energy Systems Technology Cooperation Program is an interoperable cooperation between countries. This is going on under the framework set by the International Energy Agency, NIOT release said that in April this year India became a member of the Forum in India.
With membership, India will have access to advanced research and development teams, technologies and data in the field of ocean energy across the globe.
India will join work groups with other countries in the development of ocean energy technologies and will help in testing indigenous prototypes according to international requirements and norms.
OAS has brought together countries together with the help of renewable resources to create energy in the form of shade of tides, waves, currents and temperatures and other uses such as desalination, to use energy to research and develop conversion technologies. Moving forward. PTI VGN SS NSD