tidal power

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tidal power

n
(Electrical Engineering) the use of the rise and fall of tides involving very large volumes of water at low heads to generate electric power
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Creare also received a $150,000 SBIR Phase I grant to develop technology for low-cost desalination of water in coastal regions with water scarcity by harnessing hydrokinetic power from ocean and tidal currents.
This Project is a critical next step in commercialization of ORPCs hydrokinetic power system technology for the European market.
2], reduction in order to fulfill the United Nations global warming goal of 2[degrees]C, the authors draw on reports of selected energy strategies as well as in-depth technical information on the already-existing technologies, such as solar, wind, biomass and hydro power, and those like geothermal or hydrokinetic power that are still being developed.
Water bodies including scores of points along the Indus River, the rapid flowing Kabul and Swat rivers, the irrigation canals of Punjab and Sindh, and the tidal currents of the Arabian Sea hold much untapped potential for hydrokinetic power generation.
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The move from hydroelectric power to hydrokinetic power is on its way.
A mix of nuclear, wind, solar, and a few others, such as ocean thermal energy conversion and hydrokinetic power, will overtake fossil fuels by the 2020s, even if China and India retain coal-fired power plants.
He said there is interest in whether Girdwood, an outlying community of Anchorage, might benefit from an energy research and discovery center, because of its proximity to a steep valley for hydropower and to Cook Inlet's tidal range for hydrokinetic power generation.
In many ways marine and hydrokinetic power systems offer one of the most promising areas for renewable energy development.
Contract notice: "renovation captain capitalized and hydrokinetic power pumps at edf polish branch coast".
Emerging energy technologies, from fuel cells to hydrokinetic power, are being explored in a new yearlong multi-media series.
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