The world’s first wave power plant is off the coast of Portugal. It was functional beginning in 2008 and can provide 2.25 MW of clean, renewable energy.
The first wave power plant ever built is located off the coast of Portugal. It is about 3.5 meters in width and 140 meters in length. The website below talks all about it.
The first patent that involves using energy from waves was filed in Paris by Monsieur Girard and his son in 1799. One of the first actual implementations of wave power was a device created around 1910 by M. Bochaux-Praceique. This device was able to light and power his house in France.
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