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The Project

The interdependence between water and energy has become a crucial issue for the future of our planet. In 2023, population growth, economic development, and increasingly frequent climate changes are putting a strain on global water and energy resources.

To address these challenges, coordinated global efforts are needed to promote sustainable use of water and energy resources.

This can be achieved through investments in sustainable technologies, such as renewable energy, and through policies that encourage energy efficiency and the rational and strategic use not only of water resources but also of hydroelectric facilities.

The O.W.C.M project is based on the development of a patent, conceived by engineer Enrico Domenico Bozano in collaboration with the company “R.A. Resources for the Environment,” specifically designed to sustainably and continuously produce electricity from wave motion in any condition of marine waters while fully respecting the environment. For example, the production of electricity from fossil sources requires large quantities of water for the cooling of thermoelectric power plants, while hydroelectric power production requires an adequate amount of water in dams.


Similarly, the management of water resources requires energy for pumping, treatment, and distribution of drinking water and wastewater. Furthermore, agriculture, which accounts for a significant portion of water consumption, also requires energy for irrigation and processing of products.

The main problem is that the growing demand for water and energy is jeopardizing the sustainability of water and energy resources.

Thanks to the innovative “Oscillating Water Column Motor” wave power plant, we can ensure a sustainable future for our planet through an inexhaustible source of renewable energy derived from the motion of marine waves, characterized by being easy to implement, economically advantageous, efficient in operation, and with low maintenance costs.



F = ρ V g

F is the buoyancy force (the upward thrust), ρ (rho) is the density of the fluid, V is the volume of the fluid displaced by the immersed body, g is the acceleration due to gravity.


The clapotis principle is a phenomenon that occurs in a mass of water, such as a lake or a sea, when the waves reflected from the walls or obstacles overlap with the waves accidents, creating interference. This leads to the formation of standing waves that appear to move smoothly across the surface of the water, causing a wave-like motion known as "clapotis".


Stevino's law

In hydrostatics, Stevino's law is a linear equation, formulated by Simone Stevino, which allows the pressure existing at any depth within a column of fluid to be calculated knowing the density of the liquid itself. The law is a simplification of the Euler equation for momentum in the case of a static fluid in at least one reference system with constant and uniform density and subject to a uniform force in that reference system (therefore also to a uniform acceleration since the density is constant).
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P= M/S

Pressure is equal to Mass divided by surface, if S x Pigreco = -Pressure: to justify the strengthening of the dam in the presence of our module/system.

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