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World Wave Energy

The World Wave Energy Potential

HUG Wave Energy

The HUG World Wave Energy is a game changer. It promises to bring electricity created from ocean wave energy to the ocean shores of the world  at a very low cost.

The following images are located along the  coast wherever there is a natural small bay. This type of topography reduces the cost of the reservoir.

At a River Outlet:

This approach adds river water to the height of the reservoir if flooding is not an issue.  This approach includes the possibility of adding more HUGs.

United States: Alaska

Alaska Wave Energy
Alaska Wave Energy: Bear Island
Alaska Wave Energy
Alaska Wave Energy: Yakutat

 

Argentina: Extreme South

Argentina Wave Energy
Argentina Wave Energy: Terra del Fuego

Norway: near Farstad

Norway Wave Energy
Norway Wave Energy: Farstad

Namibia: Fish River Canyon

Namibia Wave Energy
Namibia Wave Energy: Fish River Canyon

Guatemala

Guatemala Wave Energy
Guatemala Wave Energy

HUG Wave Energy Now enter a new use which is more profitable: the creation of electricity. Now it makes sense to spend over $25 million on the project because of a very lucrative return on investments: 19%/year in first year to 105%/year thereafter.

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