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Strømsem, Karl Christian, Global Maritime: Concept Evaluation for Torpedeo Wave Turbin,
Assessment carried out for Innovasjon Norge rev 2014-09-12
Cornett, Andrew, National Research Council of Canada: A Global Wave Energy Resource Assessment, Conference Paper in Sea Technology, July 2008.
Methodology for Design and Economic Analysis of Marine Energy Conversion (MEC) Technologies, Sandia National Laboratories, Report SAND2014-9040, March 2014, Chapter 5, Reference Model 3 (RM3): Wave Point Absorber.
Technology Performance Level Assessment Methodology, SANDIA REPORT, SAND2017-4471, April 2017
MARITIME FORECAST TO 2050 Energy Transition Outlook 2019. DNV GL Maritime.
Bjartnes, Anders et alia: Grønn skipsfart: Utslippene må i null i 2050 (Green shipping: Emissions must be at zero in 2050), Norsk Klimastiftlese, rapport nr. 01/2020 (in Norwegian).
Göteman, Malin, et alia: Advances and Challenges in Wave Energy Park Optimization—A Review, Department of Electrical Engineering, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden, March 2020.
Engström, Jens, et alia: Energy absorption from parks of point‐absorbing wave energy converters in the Swedish exclusive economic zone, Division of Electricity, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden, September 2019.
WAVE AND WIND ARE THE NEW HYBRID RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCE, by Laurent Albert, CEO, Seabased
Ocean renewable energy: 2015-2050 An analysis of ocean energy in Australia, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), July 2012.
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