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OES Annual report 2020

Cumulative global wave and tidal stream capacity has more than doubled since 2017 reaching 65 MW in 2020.

59582-oes-report.jpgSome words from Henry Jeffrey, Chairman of OES 2017 - 2020:

"The   beginning  of  a  new  decade  brought  new  challenges  and  created new opportunities for the ocean energy sector. I trust that,  in  this  unprecedented  year,  you  will  find  this  report  valuable and informative.

Cumulative global wave and tidal stream capacity has more than doubled since 2017 reaching approximately 65 MW in 2020 and slowly approaching  the  OES  vision  of  300  GW  of  global  capacity  by  2050.

Successful deployments have taken place in all corners of the world from Australia, through Asia and Europe to North America.  Some  of  these  demonstration  projects  have  been  grid-connected reaffirming
the potential role of ocean energy in the achievement of decarbonisation goals."



In the annual report you can read about the achievements made in 2020,
OES' activities, as well as reports from each member country.


Download the report.
 

The OES is organised under the auspices of the International Energy Agency (IEA) but is functionally and legally autonomous. Views, findings and
publications of the OES do not necessarily represent the views or policies of the IEA Secretariat or its individual member countries.