Definition of wave farm in English:

wave farm

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Pronunciation: /ˈweɪvfɑːm


  • An area of the sea where machinery is installed to harness the energy produced by waves in order to generate electricity.
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    • The company produces the Pelamis device used in the northern isles, and has already exported the same system for use in a commercial wave farm in Portugal.
    • A Scotland powered only by renewable energy will be a country not only despoiled by wind and wave farms but also short of electricity and plagued by widespread blackouts.

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