The 'Searaser' device siphons saltwater to an onshore generator to help create more sustainable power sources.

Sam McNerney
  • 24 january 2012

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This article titled “‘Bicycle pump’ to turn wave power into clean energy” was written by Damian Carrington, for The Guardian on Monday 23rd January 2012 00.01 UTC

An aquatic “bicycle pump” is set to take to the seas and turn wave power into clean electricity after being acquired by green energy company Ecotricity. The Searaser device, which pumps saltwater to an onshore generator, has been tested in prototype and praised by ministers.

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