TITLE

Woodshed to power Britain

PUB. DATE
June 2005
SOURCE
Ecos;Jun/Jul2005, Issue 125, p5
SOURCE TYPE
Blog Entry
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article reports that alternative technology company, Woodshed Technologies, has been granted a British patent for a novel marine tidal energy system that can provide reliable electricity in Great Britain. Together with two other Australian companies, it intends to co-develop British tidal energy facilities. Woodshed's Tidal Delay tidal power technology utilizes an existing land formation that creates a tidal barrier separating moving, rising and falling bodies of seawater.
ACCESSION #
17681499

 

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