Renewable energy sources, unlike the conventional combustible fuels, are naturally distributed and extensively available in a boundless manner all over the world in different forms. Here, in this paper, authors elucidate the scopes and opportunities of the ocean wave to develop a low-cost, environmental friendly, and sustainable electrical power generation system. At the present time most technological modernizations aimed at exploiting such resources are at early stage of development, with only a handful of devices close to be at the commercial demonstration stage. None of them, though, operates converting the wave energy contents at its very origin: the orbital motion of water particles right below the ocean surface. The Sea spoon device catches the kinetic energy of ocean waves with favorable conversion proficiency, according to specific "wave-motion climate". In this letter, authors illustrate a possible methodology of converting this naturally exorbitant energy with efficient conversion methodology and simulating the conversion environment with MATLAB/Simulink platform.