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TIDAL POWER The rise of


generation has been boosted over recent years with an increasing number of facilities being developed around the world. This is largely attributed to an increased understanding of how best to harness the


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ore predictable than wind energy and solar power and more sustainable in the long term than coal power; tidal power


energy created by tidal forces, with innovative solutions being brought to the marketplace over recent years. The energy potential of tidal power facilities


is huge, with the Crown Estate, who manage the UK’s seabed out to a 12nm (nautical mile) limit, reporting there is the potential for 95TW/h per annum from 32GW of installed capacity. The potential exists for 20% of the UK’s energy


The Hammerfest Strøm HS1000 tidal device from Andritz Hydro being readied for shipping out


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