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Can marine energy be the future of clean electricity?

On this site, we explore what marine energy is, how it can affect the world around us, and why we need to get acquainted with it.

Current Stats

U.S. Energy by the numbers


4.12

Trillion kilowatthours used in 2019

90,559

kilowatthours was the average per capita use in 2019

12%

Of the electricity produced in 2019 came from renewable sources

5,130

Million metric tons of energy-related CO2 emission in 2019

Source: https://www.eia.gov/energyexplained/us-energy-facts/data-and-statistics.php

What Can Marine Energy Power?

There are numerous possible applications for marine energy use, such as:

  • Disaster Relief
  • Desalination
  • Isolated Power Systems
  • Ocean Observation and Navigation
  • Offshore Aquaculture
  • Marine Algae
  • Supplementation to Main Power Grid

Get to know us

The Green Lobstahs


We are a group of engineering and business students from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and St. Bonaventure. We have teamed up to compete in this year’s Marine Energy Collegiate Competition; organized by the U.S. Department of Energy.


Our name is a play off the “Green Monster” of Fenway Park in Massachusetts where a majority of our team is from. The green also represents the clean energy produced by marine energy.

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