Power from sea waves
A proposal to the Science Research Council
Salter, Stephen Hugh
There are people, until recently regarded as eccentric, who question our practice of treating as income those resources which our descendants will regard as capital. That apart, there are difficulties in satisfying exponentially increasing demands for power from finite supplies. The use of solar energy is one way of living on income. Another, which looks more attractive in the winter in Scotland, is the use of power from the waves at sea.