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Investors would be better off adopting a nimble approach to China, rather than moving to the sidelines in the expectation of a downturn. Faber has taken advantage of periodic pullbacks to add to positions in companies such as China Mengniu Dairy.
Mainland property developers were another beaten down sector that performed well in , in spite of bearishness among fund managers. But he cautioned that China and European equities would not be insulated if major US indexes tumbled 20 per cent. After a long period of growth, China was overdue a recession, he said. Secondly, military tensions between Beijing and Washington were greater then they were in the early s, with the prospect of a hot conflict, particularly in the South China Sea , among the risks.
At the time, China was not yet a dominant economy. Today, China is a dominant economy. And I want to do some more study of history. Faber has spoken at the event 18 times during its year history. Is it gloom or boom, Dr Doom? Investment adviser — and contrarian — Marc Faber. China has nuclear options in trade war with US … really?
These capture systems use the rise and fall motion of waves to capture energy. Once the wave energy is captured at a wave source, power must be carried to the point of use or to a connection to the electrical grid by transmission power cables. Locations with the most potential for wave power include the western seaboard of Europe, the northern coast of the UK, and the Pacific coastlines of North and South America, Southern Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. The north and south temperate zones have the best sites for capturing wave power.
The prevailing westerlies in these zones blow strongest in winter. There is a potential impact on the marine environment. Noise pollution, for example, could have negative impact if not monitored, although the noise and visible impact of each design varies greatly. Other biophysical impacts flora and fauna, sediment regimes and water column structure and flows of scaling up the technology is being studied.
In terms of socio-economic challenges, wave farms can result in the displacement of commercial and recreational fishermen from productive fishing grounds, can change the pattern of beach sand nourishment, and may represent hazards to safe navigation. Waves generate about 2, gigawatts of power. Of those 2, gigawatts, only about gigawatts can be captured with the current technology.
EWP had a busy year in It began with the construction of a small scale proof-of-concept prototype at the Hydro Mechanic Institute in Kiev, and was followed by a medium scale system installed in the Black Sea during the summer.
Unlike offshore wave harvesting systems such as the Pelamis system off the coast of Portugal or AWS Ocean Energy's harvesting device floating on Scotland's Loch Ness, energy from rising and falling waves can be captured close to the shore with EWP's system. Additionally, it can be installed on existing structures like breakwaters, piers, and floating and fixed platforms. The system put into action full size and a variation concept drawing where two Eco Wave generators are placed either side of straddled a wind-turbine tower to capture wave and wind power in one unit.
According to the terms of the agreement, the university will secure funding for the construction of a commercial-scale development, and then conduct the subsequent research and development work using its state-of-the-art facilities. Eco Wave Power is the sole global inventor, owner and developer of the unique EWP wave energy devices. Their wave energy company designs, manufactures and operates the EWP wave energy convertors. The principle is the same as that used by EWP above, but the design differs considerably.
Conceived and designed at the Coppe Subsea Technology Laboratory, the plant is located in the port of Pecem, 60 kilometers from Fortaleza. The project places Brazil among the select group of countries that are testing different technological concepts to achieve the same goal: According to Professor Estefen Segen, from the Subsea Technology Laboratory of Coppe the differential of the Brazilian technology is the use of a high pressure system to rotate the turbine and generator; a concept developed and patented by Coppe.
This up and down motion activates a pump that pressurizes fresh water stored in an accumulator connected to a hyperbaric chamber, where the pressure is equivalent to a to meter water column, similar to a hydroelectric plant. The potential wave energy in Brazil is estimated at 87 gigawatts. The latest generation of tank test model in use today uses electronic joint control under computer control.
This is the primary tool for the analysis of machine response in the very largest seas where no numerical simulations have captured the full dynamics of extreme waves.
During each installation period the E. ON machine has been generating electricity into the national grid. The Scottish Power Renewables machine will be tested in parallel with the E. ON machine in a similarly progressive work-up programme.
Steel is rolled into giant tubes and the sections welded. The generating components are then added, the whole "plug and play" section is painted and then assembled to form the familiar ocean snake - with bite. Scottish Power Renewables and E. ON have put in place a unique joint working agreement to learn from operating and maintaining the machines as a wave farm. The experience gained from this project will play a vital role in Scottish Power Renewables' plans to install 66 Pelamis machines in a 50MW project off Marwick Head in Orkney, for which an agreement for lease has been awarded by the Crown Estate.
As a result of the accelerated testing strategy, the SPR owned Pelamis P2 wave energy converter was able to generate twice the amount of electricity in half the elapsed calendar time, during its initial test parameters of small to medium seas. In deployments since then, the SPR Pelamis machine has experienced larger seas with significant wave heights of up to 5mHs, including individual waves of over 9m. Electricity generation has increased as anticipated in these larger seas.
The proven average output capability of the device, over the annual spectrum of wave conditions at the EMEC site, is now close to kW. Demonstrations of further improvements are anticipated through control optimisation which could double that number as targeted for the next stage of the project. The combined P2 test programme has now accumulated grid connected operating hours, and exported MWh of electricity to the national grid. This is impressive stuff.
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US officials accuse China of building its industrial dominance by stealing the "crown jewels" of American technological know-how through cyber-theft, forced transfers of intellectual property and state-sponsored corporate acquisitions.
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