Wind, Wave Energy-producing Technology on MREC Test

Thursday, July 12, 2012

A barge carrying marine energy technology devices will shortly leave for MREC tests in the waters off the Massachusetts' coast

The UMass Dartmouth-based New England Marine Renewable Energy Center (MREC), and local and regional leaders, will mark the send-off of the barge as part of an effort to transform the region into an international hub of ocean-related energy technology research and development.

The send-off on Friday, July 13, 2012 from Union Landing; Union Street waterfront; 12 Union Wharf, Fairhaven, Mass, 02739, is to be preceded by an open house and press conference to draw attention to the MREC's promotion of this alternative energy technology, and will be attended by Congressman Bill Keating, UMass Dartmouth officials, faculty, and students, and other local leaders


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