¿Recordáis Chernóbil? Incluso de una catástrofe como aquella pueden salir ideas brillantes que dan con la solución para evitar cometer los mismos errores en el futuro. Soy así de optimista después de escuchar la historia de Inna Braverman, una joven que está cambiando el mundo ola a ola.
Ports are an integral part of global trade and commerce which are are known for operating and handling large scale operations which consume sizeable amounts of energy, resulting in larger day to day expenses and pollution-related effects, writes Inna Braverman, co-founder Eco Wave Power.
Wave power hasn’t scaled as successfully as solar or wind energy – however one British Overseas Territory could receive 15 percent of its electricity from the motion of the ocean. Gibraltar has teamed up with Israel-based wave energy company Eco Wave Power (EWP) to build a wave energy plant that could supply 5 megawatts of power.