The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has granted a license to Ocean Power Technologies of New Jersey for the nation's first commercial wave power station.
What does OPT stand for?
OPT stands for Ocean Power Technologies (UK & USA)
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We have 100 other meanings of OPT in our Acronym Attic
- Operational Suitability
- Operational Summary
- Office of Public Service Values and Ethics (Canada)
- Operational Verification
- Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds
- Organizational Psychology
- Ounces Per Square Yard (fabrics)
- Országos Polgárõr Szövetség (Hungarian Civil Guard)
- Occupied Palestinian Territory
- Ocean Pout (FAO species name code )
- Oceanside Photo and Telescope (Oceanside, CA)
- Off-Post Training (US Army)
- Office de Promotion du Tourisme Wallonie-Bruxelles (Sint-Gillis, Belgium)
- Office des Postes et Télécommunications
- Office des Postes et Télécommunications de Nouvelle-Calédonie (Office of Mail and Telecommunications, New Caledonia)
- Office of Pediatric Therapeutics (US FDA)
- Office of Pupil Transportation (New York, NY)
- Office of Purchasing and Travel (various organizations)
- Office of Telecommunications Policy
- Officer Physical Training
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Byline: ANNABLACKABY Ocean Power Technologies has won a major contract with the US military to provide renewable power for a new antiterrorism and force protection system at sea.
Then there's Ocean Power Technologies in Pennington, N.
US-based Ocean Power Technologies is working on projects in Hawaii, New Jersey, Spain, Japan and Australia.
Taylor and Burns of Ocean Power Technologies and other researches are now investigating polymers related to PVDF in a search for piezoelectric polymers even better suited for applications such as ocean power.
Hirotaka Ohashi, Deputy General Manager of Business Development and Innovation at MES, added, "As we remember the 2011 earthquake and tsunami that had such a devastating impact on the nuclear power industry in Japan, we are working with Ocean Power Technologies to commercialize ocean-based clean energy alternatives.
Ocean Power Technologies, a New Jersey-based company, is close to completing construction of the first of the generating buoys and is expected to tow it to Reedsport for installation later this year.
The project is to be developed by a special purpose Australian company, Victorian Wave Partners Pty Ltd, currently owned by Ocean Power Technologies (Australasia) Pty Ltd.