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Article Site Analysis for Ocean Energy Development in Korea
Author(s) Ji-Young Kim, Keum-Seok Kang, Moo-Sung Ryu (ICOE 2010)
Tags Ocean Energy, Ocean Hydropower, Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion, Site Analysis, TCP (Tidal Current Power), Tidal Current Power
Type Papers
File Site Analysis for Ocean Energy Development in Korea

Abstract: Recently, developing the ocean energy in Korean coastal areas is widely understood as essential to achieve the national target for the renewable energy.

The objective of this study is to estimate the available capacity of ocean energy in Korea reasonably. First of all, several sites having ocean energy potential were selected and possible constraints of those areas were considered. 

Moreover, the method of using existing conventional power plants as a source of developing ocean energy is especially analysed such as ocean hydropower and OTEC which uses thermal discharges of power plants. As a result of study, more realistic plans for ocean energy development could be established. 

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