- WSJ explores the race underway to unlock one of the world's biggest untapped sources of clean energy - the ocean - and China, with 11K miles of coastline rich in energy potential and pollution that is getting worse, is at the cutting edge in sea-energy technology development.
- Underwater turbines (like wind farms, but out of sight), dynamic tidal power walls and ocean thermal energy converters are among young technologies that may come to harness marine power.
- China is stepping up spending in the sector, often working with foreign companies such as Lockheed Martin (LMT) testing equipment and entering joint ventures in the country.
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