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The Ocean Grazer project

17 October 2017
The Ocean Grazer is a massive platform most of which is situated under the water surface
The Ocean Grazer is a massive platform most of which is situated under the water surface

Through the Ocean Grazer Project,  Dr. Antonis Vakis, Prof. Bayu Jayawardhana, Prof. Yutao Pei, and Prof. Gert-Jan Euverink from the Engineering and Technology Institute at the University of Groningen, and Dr. E.J. Stamhuis (Energy and Sustainability Research Institute Groningen), Dr. A.J. Bosch (Undergraduate School of Science), Dr. A.A. Geertsema (Undergraduate School of Science) and Drs. W.A. Prins (innovator and project manager) cooperate with academic and private partners from the Netherlands and abroad to develop a new, adaptable device for the collection and storage of multiple forms of ocean energy. The project has the endorsement of the Provincial Executive of the province of Groningen.

source: https://www.rug.nl/fse/engineering/research-gec/innovation/categories-succes-stories/without-numbers/energy

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