Water Power Peer Review. Justin Klure, Program Manager. Northwest Energy Innovations (NWEI) firstname.lastname@example.org (503) 475-2999 November 1, 2011. WET-NZ Multi-Mode Wave Energy Converter Advancement Project. Purpose, Objectives, & Integration.
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Justin Klure, Program Manager
Northwest Energy Innovations (NWEI)
November 1, 2011
WET-NZ Multi-Mode Wave Energy Converter Advancement Project
Challenges, Barriers and Knowledge Gaps
Alignment to Program’s Mission and Objectives
Integration with Other Programs
Project Objectiveand Technical Approach
Key Issues To Be Addressed and Their Significance
Unique Aspects of Approach
Go/no-go decision points for FY12 and FY13 –TBD
Milestone #1 – Akaroa, NZ Ocean Testing
Status: Milestone is on schedule and budget
Milestone #2 – OSU Wave Tank Testing
Pictures to be added before Peer Review
(testing commences the week of October 11)
MS #3 - Fabrication of 1:2 Model – March 2012
MS #4 – Oregon Ocean Testing – Summer 2012
MS #5 - Synthesis of Data – Spring 2013
Future Scope – TRL 7/8 to confirm commercial viability.