Two years ago, there was a rush to stake claims for a new wave of ocean energy -- power generated by waves and tides. Now, fewer heads remain above water. Investors have given up on about a third of the wave projects first proposed along the West Coast. Oregon seemed to have a head-start in wave power, but now that may be ebbing away. Tom Banse reports for our ongoing series, Climate Watch. Reporter: Tom Banse
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