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Wednesday, May 10th 2017

SR2000 clocks up the power

Having reached the 2MW rated capacity of their SR2000 tidal turbine earlier in April, and setting a new tidal industry benchmark, Scotrenewables have now generated over 18MWh within a continuous 24hr testing period; a performance level which matches Full Story...

Tuesday, May 9th 2017

EMEC is InSTREAM once more

The European Marine Energy Centre has redeployed a unique device fitted with innovative instruments that measure the impact of turbulence on tidal energy devices. Aiming to improve the industry’s understanding of turbulence, the project will Full Story...

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