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Resolute Marine Energy in the Newburyport CleanTech Center hosted graduate students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology recently. The company produces clean energy from ocean waves and boasts a wave energy converter that turns the tidal motion of the ocean into electrical energy. The group included John H. Lienhard, Collins Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Center for Clean Water and Clean Energy, MIT, front row, sixth from left; Bill Staby, CEO of Resolute Marine Energy, back row, third from left; and Pat Reeza of Resolute, far right.

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