Open-Cycle Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion
Siegel, Joel M.
In May 1983 the Florida Solar Energy Center(FSEC) received $ 328,000 from the federal Solar Energy Research Institute in Colorado to determine the feasibility of an Open-Cycle Ocean ThermalEnergy Conversion (OTEC) concept. The objective of the project is to assess the economic and technological viability of the conceptual design of an Open Cycle OTEC power plant. FSEC and Create R&D Inc., Hanover, New Hampshire, bring together complementary skills and experiene in resource assessment, component design, system engineering and project management. FSEC also will study possible sites for an OTEC plant in Florida as part of a complementary project funded by the coastal energy impact program through the Florida Department of Community Affairs.
Florida Solar Energy Center and Girgis, Magdy, "Open-Cycle Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion" (1983). FSEC Energy Research Center®. 1310.