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  1. Atlantis to develop tidal power plant in India

    Construction of Asia's first commercial-scale tidal power plant is set to begin after developers Atlantis signed a deal with the Indian state of Gujarat.   According to Business Green, Narendra Modi, chief minister of Gujarat, has approved Atlantis' plans for a 50 MW project and 250 MW of future developments in the Gulf of Kutch, following a two-year feasibility study.   The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) ensures Atlantis will partner Gujarat Power Corporation Limited (GPCL) on the landmark project, as well as monitor the offshore wind resource in the Gulf to assess the feasibility of building a large-scale marine power project.   Work is expected to being later this year on the landmark project, which could be scaled up to generate more than 200 MW. D.J. Pandian, chairman and managing director of GPCL, said the project would develop Gujarat's renewable energy supply chain, creating jobs and associated infrastructure that could benefit future projects.   "Gujarat has significant resource in the waters of its coast, so tidal energy represents a huge opportunity for us," he said. "This project will be India's and indeed Asia's first at commercial scale and will deliver important economic and environmental benefits for the region, as well as paving the way for similar developments within Gujarat."   Atlantis has pilot projects across the world, including a high-profile project alongside Morgan Stanley and International Power to install 400 turbines – both Rolls-Royce 500 kW turbines and its own giant AK1000 model – in Scotland's Pentland Firth.  

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    Fri, 14 Jan 2011

  2. Atlantis to develop tidal power plant in India

    Construction of Asia's first commercial-scale tidal power plant is set to begin after developers Atlantis signed a deal with the Indian state of Gujarat.

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    Fri, 14 Jan 2011

  3. RusHydro subsidiary plans tidal power plant projects

    The board of directors of RusHydro has approved the decision to set up a subsidiary, the Innovative Center of Tidal and Wave Energy to implement two tidal energy projects, news agencies reported.

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    Mon, 8 Aug 2011

  4. Marine hydropower developer proposes commercial tidal power plant for New York City's East River

    Marine hydro firm Verdant Power has filed an application with the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission that would allow the company to install up to 30 new tidal power turbines in the East Channel of the East River in New York, NY.

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    Tue, 4 Jan 2011

  1. South Korean tidal power plant a symbol of green growth

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    Wed, 31 Aug 2011

  2. VA Tech to supply world's largest tidal power plant in South Korea

    VA Tech Hydro has announced that is has been awarded an order from Daewoo Engineering & Construction for engineering and delivery of the electromechanical main components for the world's largest tidal power plant - the Sihwa Tidal Power Plant - in South Korea. The contract value amounts to ...

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    Mon, 23 May 2005

  3. Tidal power plant planned for Maine

    Halcyon Tidal Power wants to build a 1,616-foot tidal power enclosure where the Pennamaquan River meets Cobscook Bay in Washington County

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    Wed, 6 Aug 2014

  4. Maine company plans $125M tidal power plant

    A Maine company that wants to build a $125 million tidal energy project in the state will hold meetings with state officials and investors this week to move the project forward.

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    Wed, 6 Aug 2014

  5. Korea plans tidal power plant

    The Korea Water Resources Corporation (Kowaco) said Friday it will build a tidal power plant with the world's greatest generating capacity at Gari Island in Shihwa Lake. The announcement was made during an international symposium held at the COEX Center in southern Seoul.

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    Fri, 10 Jan 2003

  6. South Korea dedicates 254 MW tidal power plant

    The tidal power plant at the artificial seawater Lake Shihwa on the west coast near Seoul began partial operation early this month after nearly seven years of construction

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    Tue, 30 Aug 2011

  7. Key Latin American tidal power project in Argentina

    The governor of the Argentine province of Santa Cruz has signed an agreement with representatives of Enarsa Energia and Gentersa to study the feasibility of installing a tidal power plant , according to a report in El Cronista Comercial.

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    Thu, 14 Oct 2010

  8. Sabella, H&WB to develop 5 MW tidal power plant in Philippines

    French marine energy company Sabella SAS and Filipino developer H&WB Asia Pacific have signed a memorandum of agreement to establish a 5 MW tidal power project in the Philippines.

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    Fri, 23 Oct 2015

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