Joseph Natale

ACE and Oscilla Power: Making Large-Scale Wave Energy Generation a Reality

With more than 70 percent of the Earth's surface covered by water, waves hold enormous potential as a large-scale source of renewable energy. Realizing the tremendous potential for wave power to significantly change the way we generate energy, Oscilla Power began developing a sustainable and reliable wave energy converter (WEC) that could economically tap into this resource. Currently, Oscilla Power is working on two versions of its WEC – the Triton-C, a 100-kW-rated system designed for remote communities or small coastal facilities, and the Triton – a larger, 1 MW-rated system designed for large arrays that can provide utility-scale power.

Modernizing Your Control System? Consider These Four Benefits of Simultaneously Developing a Digital Twin

By definition, a digital twin is a digital representation of a physical object or system. While the...