The following is a short list of papers Re Vision has published or been involved with over the past few years. This is by no means a comprehensive list, but is a representative subset of the type of projects in which we have been involved.

M. Previsic, A. Karthikeyan (2015). Benchmarking Marine Renewable Energy Technologies. Marine Energy Technology Symposium (METS).

Y. H. Yu, M. Lawson, Y. Li, M. Previsic, J. Epler, J. Lou (2015). Experimental Wave Tank Test for Reference Model 3 Floating Point Absorber Wave Energy Converter Project. NREL/TP-5000-62951. Golden, CO, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).

M. Previsic, K. Shoele (2014). A Novel Simulation Toolbox for Wave Energy Converters. Marine Energy Technology Symposium (METS).

M. Previsic (2014). Cost Reduction Pathways for Wave Energy. Marine Energy Technology Symposium (METS).

M. Previsic (2014). Cost Reduction Pathways for Marine Renewable Energy Systems. International Energy Agency, Ocean Energy Systems, Annual Report.

M. Previsic, K. Shoele, J. Epler (2014). Validation of Theoretical Performance Results using Wave Tank Testing of Heaving Point Absorber Wave Energy Conversion Device working against a Subsea Reaction Plate. Global Marine Renewable Energy Conference (GMREC).

V. Neary, M. Previsic, R. Jepsen, M. Lawson, Y. Yu, A. Copping, A. Fontaine, K. Hallett, D. Murray (2014). Methodology for Design and Economic Analysis of Marine Energy Conversion (MEC) Technologies. Sandia National Laboratory Report SAND2014-9040.

K.Shoele, M.Previsic (2013). A Novel Simulation Toolbox for Wave Energy Converters. European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC).

G. Keith, M.Previsic (2013). Tidal Energy Feed-in Tariffs (Re). Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board. NSUARB 214 (CanLII). Docket#: M05092. Download Tarriff pdf

M. Previsic, J. Epler, M. Hand, D. Heimiller, W. Short, K. Eurek (2012). The Future of Wave Power in the United States. US Department of Energy, Advanced Waterpower Program.

M. Beam, B. Kline, W. Straka, A. Fontaine, M. Lawson, Y. Li, R. Thresher, M. Previsic (2012). Marine Hydrokinetic Turbine Power-Take-Off Design for Optimal Performance and Low Impact on Cost-of-Energy./p>

M. Previsic (2012). Reference Model 1 Cost Breakdown Structure for Tidal Current Device. Excel Spreadsheet developed for Sandia National Laboratory in support of the U.S. Department of Energy. 

M. Previsic (2012). Reference Model 2 Cost Breakdown Structure for River Current Device. Excel Spreadsheet developed for Sandia National Laboratory in support of the U.S. Department of Energy. 

M. Previsic (2012). Reference Model 3 Cost Breakdown Structure for Wave Energy Conversion Device. Excel Spreadsheet developed for Sandia National Laboratory in support of the U.S. Department of Energy. 

M. Previsic (2012). Reference Model 4 Cost Breakdown Structure for Ocean Current Energy Conversion Device. Excel Spreadsheet developed for Sandia National Laboratory in support of the U.S. Department of Energy. 

M. Previsic, J. Epler, Design of a 100kW Hydraulic Power Conversion System for Wave Energy Conversion Devices, Sandia National Laboratories, 2012.

M. Goldberg, M.Previsic (2011). Jobs and Economic Development Impact (JEDI) Marine and Hydrokinetic Model: User Reference Guide. National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).

M. Goldberg, M.Previsic (2011). Jobs and Economic Development Impact (JEDI) Marine and Hydrokinetic Model: Excel Model. National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL).

M. Previsic (2010). Deployment Effects of Marine Renewable Energy Technologies. Wave Energy Scenarios.  U.S. Department of Energy, Advanced Waterpower Program.

M. Previsic (2010). Deployment Effects of Marine Renewable Energy Technologies. Tidal Energy Scenarios.  U.S. Department of Energy, Advanced Waterpower Program.

S. Kramer, M. Previsic, P. Nelson, S. Woo (2010). Deployment Effects of Marine Renewable Energy Technologies. Framework for Identifying Key Environmental Concerns in Marine Renewable Energy Projects.

M. Previsic (2009). Yakutat Conceptual Design, Performance, Cost and Economic Wave Power Feasibility Study. EPRI    Report ID: EPRI-WP-006-Alaska.

M. Previsic, R. Bedard (2008). River In-Stream Energy Conversion (RISEC). Characterization of Alaska Sites. Electric Power Research Institute.

M. Previsic, R. Bedard, B. Polagye (2008). System Level Design, Performance, Cost and Economic Assessment – Alaska River In-Stream Power Plants. Electric Power Research Institute.

M. Previsic (2007). California Wave Power Demonstration Project. Bridging the Gap Between the Completed Phase I Project Definition Study and the next Phase – Phase 2 Detailed Design and Permitting. EPRI Report ID: EPRI-WP-011 CA.

B. Polagye, M. Previsic (2006). System Level Design, Performance, Cost and Economic Assessment – Knok Arm Alaska Tidal In-Stream Power Plant. EPRI Report ID: EPRI-TP-006 AK.

B. Polagye, M. Previsic (2006). System Level Design, Performance, Cost and Economic Assessment –Tacome Narrows Washington Tidal In-Stream Power Plant. EPRI Report ID: EPRI-TP-006 WA.

M. Previsic (2006). System Level Design, Performance, Cost and Economic Assessment –San Francisco Tidal In-Stream Power Plant. EPRI Report ID: EPRI-TP-006-SF CA

M. Previsic (2005). System Level Design, Performance, Cost and Economic Assessment –Massachusetts Muskeget Channel Tidal In-Stream Power Plant. EPRI Report ID; EPRI-TP-006-MA

M. Previsic (2006). System Level Design, Performance, Cost and Economic Assessment –Maine Western Passage Tidal In-Stream Power Plant. EPRI Report ID: EPRI-TP-006-ME

M. Previsic (2006). System Level Design, Performance, Cost and Economic Assessment –New Brunswick Head Harbor Passage Tidal In-stream Power Plant. EPRI Report ID: EPRI-TP-006-NB

M. Previsic (2006). System Level Design, Performance, Cost and Economic Assessment – Minas Passage Nova Scotia Tidal In-Stream Power Plant. EPRI Report ID: EPRI-TP-006-NS.

M. Previsic (2006). California Ocean Wave Energy Assessment. California Energy Commission, PIER Renewable Energy Technologies Program Area. CEC-500-2006-119.

M. Previsic (2005). Methodology for Conceptual Level Design of Tidal In Stream Energy Conversion (TISEC) Power Plants. EPRI Report ID: EPRI-TP-005

M. Previsic (2004). Economic Assessment Methodology for Offshore Wave Power Plants. EPRI Report ID: E2I-EPRI-WP0US-002 Rev4

M. Previsic (2004). E2I EPRI Assessment Offshore Wave Energy Conversion Devices. EPRI Report ID: E2I EPRI WP-004-US-Rev1.

M. Previsic (2004). Methodology for Conceptual Level Design of Offshore Wave Power Plants. EPRI Report ID: E2I EPRI WP-005-US

M. Previsic (2004). System Level Design, Performance and Cost – Hawaii State Offshore Wave Power Plant. EPRI Report ID: E2I EPRI Global WP-006-HI.

M. Previsic (2004). System Level Design, Performance and Costs – Maine State Offshore Wave Power Plant. E2I EPRI Global WP-006-ME.

M. Previsic (2004). System Level Design, Performance and Costs – Massachusetts State Offshore Wave Power Plant. E2I Global EPRI-WP-006-MA

M. Previsic (2004). System Level Design, Performance and Costs – Oregon State Offshore Wave Power Plant. E2I EPRI Global WP-006-OR-Rev1.

M. Previsic (2004). System Level Design, Performance and Costs – San Francisco California Energetech Offshore Wave Power Plant. EPRI Report ID: E2I EPRI-006B-SF.

M. Previsic (2004). System Level Design, Performance and Costs for San Francisco California Pelamis Offshore Wave Power Plant. EPRI Report ID: E2I EPRI Global-006A-SF