OTEC Africa at the 4th OTEC symposium
OTEC Africa at a Marine Energy conference in Smögen
OTEC Africa/The University of Borås behind joint application for funding from the EU
OTEC Africa applies for funding
OTEC Africa presentation at Sustainability Research Day
OTEC symposium speech uploaded
OTEC Matters at the 4th OTEC international symposium
OTEC Africa founder invited speaker at the 4th OTEC international symposium
OTEC patenting discussions
OTEC Africa consulted for innovative use of OTEC in the Caribbean
OTEC Matters 2015 released as free download!
OTEC Matters 2015 released today!
New OTEC Africa web site launched
OTEC Matters release date set!
OTEC Matters to be published by Swedish university
Call for papers
Submission for grants
OTEC Africa Conference 2013 - a great success!
Talks with representatives from the Swedish government
OTEC Africa Conference 2013
OTEC Africa Conference planned
OTEC Africa opinion piece published
OTEC Africa in the press
US Multi-billion dollar company expresses interest in OTEC Africa
French researchers backing up OTEC Africa
OTEC Africa web site opens
OTEC Africa project launched
OTEC Africa project proposed

News


OTEC Africa project proposed


This day, a new aid project has been born. It concerns the use of OTEC, a hundred-year-old but litle known technology for extracting energy from sea water. As an added benefit, the sea water can easily be desalienated, thus produce thousands of cubic meters of fresh water every day.

OTEC only works where the difference between the ocean surface and the deep water is at least 25 degrees Celsius, and for this reason, countries near the equator would benefit the most from the use of OTEC.

The reasoning behind this project is that this technology would benefit several developing countries in Africa, such as Tanzania and Kenya. Hence, we who stand behind this project would like to invite representatives from governments and aid institutions, from the construction and energy industries, and from the research community to make OTEC Africa possible.
[2011-01-27]