Wave Climate, Geotechnical and Geophysical Analysis of the Tillamook Jetties Public Deposited

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  • Wave Energy AS (WE) is an ocean energy company from Norway established to develop, test, market and commercialize the patented SSG™ wave energy converter technology. Wave Energy AS is interested in developing their technology in North America and the Port of Garibaldi has been selected as a potentially good location to launch the first project. An initial site assessment was conducted in Fall 2009 and based on the results, Wave Energy decided to proceed with a feasibility analysis of the proposed location as their first North American project site. The approach was to carry out the analysis in two (2) subsequent phases. The objective of the first phase of the feasibility analysis (Phase 1) was to assess the physical environment at the proposed project site. The purpose of this phase of work is to determine whether or not the location would be physically compatible with Wave Energy’s technology. If the results concur that the physical environment is compatible with Wave Energy’s technology, the second phase of the feasibility analysis, or Phase 2, would subsequently be carried out. If implemented, the objective of Phase 2 would be to evaluate the engineering, economics, business requirements, permitting requirements and all other aspects of project development based upon the Phase 1 results. The purpose of this report is to summarize the scope, approach and results of Wave Energy’s Phase 1 study.
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  • Bakke, Monica & Wave Energy AS. 2011. Wave Climate, Geotechnical and Geophysical Analysis of the Tillamook Jetties. Portland, OR: Oregon Wave Energy Trust. 15 pp.
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  • Introduction; II. Project/study description; III. Study approach: A. Summary of study approach, B. OWET’s role; IV. Results: A. Study results, B. Contribution to the renewable ocean energy industry; APPENDICES: A. Executive Summary of the Geophysical/Geotechnical analysis, B. Executive Summary of the Wave Climate Analysis
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