tidal power

Gibraltar Enters Wave Power Agreement

June 16, 2014

The Government of Gibraltar in Southern Spain recently signed a deal with Israeli renewable energy company, which includes the installation of a 0.5MW energy device on Gibraltar’s east side. There are plans to expand it to 5MW if the project is successful. Related Posts:British Clean Energy Company Finances the New Wave in Ocean PowerScotland Sets […]

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UK Government Launches Wave Energy Funding Scheme

April 6, 2012

Organizations working with wave energy will be able to bid for a share of the £20 million kitty ((US$31.6 million) that the government launched yesterday. Related Posts:Alternative Energy in the UK’s Southwest: InfographWhy You Should Use Solar Energy in the HomeTidal Energy: the Next Wave in Alternative EnergyUK Researchers Develop Cheaper Solar Cell Manufacturing TechniqueUK […]

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Tidal Energy: the Next Wave in Alternative Energy

February 13, 2012

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) recently issued its first pilot project license for a tidal energy project located in New York City’s East River. The project is owned by Verdant Power and is known as the Roosevelt Island Tidal Energy (RITE) Project. The project’s capacity is 1,050-kilowatts and uses the East River’s natural tidal […]

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British Clean Energy Company Finances the New Wave in Ocean Power

February 1, 2012

Ecotricity, a British alternative energy provider, announced on its website that it is financing a new technology called Searaser. The company says the new technology tackles two of the main obstacles faced by the renewable energy industry: cost and intermittency. Related Posts:Gibraltar Enters Wave Power AgreementScotland Sets Itself Ambitious Renewable Energy TargetSurf’s up: tidal power […]

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Scotland Sets Itself Ambitious Renewable Energy Target

September 30, 2010

The Scottish first minister said his country wants to be completely powered with renewable energy by 2025. Related Posts:Energy-from-waste facility to be powered with thermal energySurf’s up: tidal power in ScotlandHappy World Environment DaySwitching to renewable energyEurope: 100% renewable energy in 2050

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