Overview of Ocean Renewable Energy in China

Journal Article

Title: Overview of Ocean Renewable Energy in China
Publication Date:
January 01, 2011
Journal: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 91-111
Publisher: Elsevier
Technology Type:

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Citation

Wang, S.; Yuan, P.; Li, D.; Jiao, Y. (2011). Overview of Ocean Renewable Energy in China. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 15(1), 91-111.
Abstract: 

Facing great pressure of economic growth and energy crisis, China pays much attention to the renewable energy. An overview of policy and legislation of renewable energy as well as status of development of renewable energy in China was given in this article. By analysis, the authors believe that ocean energy is a necessary addition to existent renewable energy to meet the energy demand of the areas and islands where traditional forms of energy are not applicable and it is of great importance in adjusting energy structure of China. In the article, resources distribution and technology status of tidal energy, wave energy, marine current energy, ocean thermal energy and salinity gradient energy in China was reviewed, and assessment and advices were given for each category. Some suggestions for future development of ocean energy were also given.

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