ocean current

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ocean current

[′ō·shən ′kə·rənt]
(oceanography)
A net transport of ocean water along a definable path.
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Marine Current Turbines Limited, located in the UK, is using Autodesk software to design turbines that generate energy from ocean currents.
Marine Current Turbines is investigating the feasibility of building a seven unit tidal energy farm in waters off the coast near Holyhead.
SKERRIES ARRAY Left, an artist's impression of an array of SeaGen tidal stream turbines developed by Marine Current Turbines.
The EU has given nod to Tidal developer Atlantis Resources to redeploy a 17m grant intended for Marine Current Turbines abandoned Kyle Rhea project.
But last September it was revealed that owners Marine Current Turbines/Siemens had suspended the scheme with no date to re-start the project.
Some of the key players in the global wave and tidal energy market are Aquamarine Power, Marine Current Turbines Ltd.
But last September the Daily Post revealed that owners Marine Current Turbines/Siemens had suspended the scheme with no date to re-start the project.
Wallace's Line is one of the biggest biogeographic barriers that is formed by a powerful marine current along the east coast of Borneo.
He went on to establish the company Marine Current Turbines (MCT) with others in 1999.
Marine Current Turbines and RWE npower renewables are behind a proposed nine turbines in the sea between the Skerries and Carmel Head.
Bristol-based tidal energy company Marine Current Turbines (MCT) and its project partners, Queen s University Belfast, Mojo Maritime and Edinburgh University, have won a grant of GBP250,000 from the UK government's Technology Strategy Board and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to develop a fully submerged SeaGen tidal turbine.
If you have a computer, check out Alderney Renewable Energy Ltd, Open Hydro, Anglesey Marine Current Turbines and Lunar Energy for starters.

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