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Major players in the French tidal industry declare huge opportunity for marine energy development at the 7th International Tidal Energy Summit. London (PRWEB)
As the famous saying goes “success breeds success” so it is no surprise that leading engineering, materials technology and composite processing firm Gurit have taken the proactive approach
Scientists have determined that the world's first tidal current energy turbine will not cause an environmental impact.
Key industry tidal energy experts are set to map out their plans to deliver large scale installation projects for tidal energy devices at the 5th Annual International Tidal Energy Summit and Awards this November. London (PRWEB) August 14, 2011 Key industry tidal energy experts are set to map out their plans to deliver large scale installation projects for tidal energy devices at the 5th Annual International Tidal Energy Summit and Awards this November. With demonstration tidal projects...
The civil engineering profession stands to reap a harvest in recruitment numbers if a proposed tidal energy farm, Scotlandâ€™s first, is given the green light. (PRWeb UK) December 27, 2010 The civil engineering profession stands to reap a harvest in recruitment numbers if a proposed tidal energy farm, Scotlandâ€™s first, is given the green light. The project is till three years away from implementation, pending confirmation of a lease agreement, planning permission and the...
HALIFAX and PARRSBORO, NS, Nov. 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - NS Power and its tidal technology partner OpenHydro have successfully deployed the first commercial scale in-stream tidal turbine in the Bay of Fundy today.
All currencies are in Canadian dollars HALIFAX, Sept. 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Nova Scotia Power and its technology partner OpenHydro have unveiled a 1-megawatt (MW) tidal turbine which they will deploy in the Bay of Fundy this fall as part of Nova Scotia's tidal power test facility.
By Jerry Harkavy EASTPORT, Maine - Workers spent the past winter tinkering with high-tech turbines slung beneath a barge in the cold waters off the Maine coast before getting them to produce a modest 20 kilowatts, enough electricity to power a half-dozen homes.
By Tom McGhie, Financial Mail on Sunday, London Jul. 20--A small, Bristol-based technology firm is planning an energy revolution that would harness the power of tides to provide electricity to five million homes.
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