Pelamis


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Pelamis

(pel′ă-mis)
A genus of poisonous sea snakes with only one species (Pelamis platurus).
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Wave Energy Scotland awarded its first contract to a group of 12 former Pelamis employees, led by former Chief Executive of Pelamis Wave Power Richard Yemm, to capture the knowledge of the Pelamis technology development path for the wider benefit of the wave energy sector.
Pelamis, with its snakelike offshore floating structure, and Aquamarine's inshore seabed-mounted paddle both suffered repeated technical setbacks, as have other approaches.
Sixteen jobs are to go after administrators failed to find a buyer for wave power firm Pelamis.
Research into electricity being generated by harnessing the power of the sea have been hit by the fact that the wave energy technology company, Pelamis, has gone into administration due to lack of availability of funding.
The Scottish government also said on Monday that tidal power developers Aquamarine Power Limited and Pelamis Wave Power will share 13 million pounds ($20.
Leith has a record of handling wind turbines and is also home to the Pelamis wave-to-energy device.
lowland forest: eastern regions of South Africa; isolated population in south - western Zimbabwe Pelamis platurus Pelagic, East coast of Neurotoxic and yellow - Africa, from myotoxic; bellied Djibouti to myoglobinuria; bites sea snake Cape Town are rare Viperidae Adders and Approximately Cytotoxic, vipers 45 species haemostatic distributed disorders, throughout neurotoxic; common Africa cause of life - threatening and fatal snake bite in Africa Vipers or adders are relatively thick bodied, sluggish, mainly terrestrial snakes which have long, curved, cannulated and fully erectile fangs which fold down against the upper jaw in a mucous membrane sheath when the snake is not striking.
The other types of snakes native to Bahrain include the Arabian sand boa, Cerastes gasperettii, Hydrophis lapemoides, Hydrophis spiralis, Lapemis curtus, Pelamis platurus and Thalassophina viperina.
Scottish firm Pelamis Wave Power was ahead of the curve last year when it was generating commercial power off the coast of Portugal.
Chancellor Alistair Darling during a visit to the factory of Pelamis Wave Power in Edinburgh yesterday, on his way to the G20 finance ministers' summit
SUMMIT AGENDA: Chancellor Alistair Darling during a visit to the wave energy firm Pelamis in Edinburgh yesterday