tidal energy


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tidal energy

[′tīd·əl ′en·ər·jē]
(oceanography)
The energy in a tide flowing from a basin into an open sea.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Last year Minesto secured PS9.5m of EU funds to develop the PS25m tidal energy initiative and build its British headquarters in Holyhead.
e DeltaStream device, developed by Tidal Energy Ltd (TEL) weighs 150 tonnes, and has a 16 metre by 20 metre (23ft by 66ft) frame, but does not require costly drilling into the seabed and has features to minimise impacts on the environment.
Martin Wright, managing director of Bristol-based Marine Current Turbines, said: "We believe the strong currents off the Anglesey coast offer one of the best resources for tidal energy in the UK and can therefore add to Wales' energy mix."
Community partnership Menter Mon is helping to ease |the way for planned tidal energy projects off Anglesey
The funding would provide the working capital needed for Severn Tidal Energy to carry out the indepth environmental and economic impact assessments required by the UK Government before giving any approval, potential through a hybrid bill.
The Saltire Tidal Energy Challenge fund was announced in February this year and is open until December 6 2019.
[ClickPress, Tue Aug 06 2019] Wave and tidal energy are methods of harnessing energy of oceans for power generation.
A CANADIAN firm is the latest to come on board with Anglesey's tidal energy project, as directors signed a brand new agreement during the Egni 2019 marine energy conference at M-SParc in Gaerwen last week.
THE tidal energy industry in north Wales has received a major boost following a Welsh Government investment of PS12.6m EU funds in Angleseybased developer Minesto.