Tides of Change

Johnston, Megan
March 2006
Forbes Asia;3/27/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 5, p20
The article deals with the plan of green entrepreneur Peter Ullman and his Tidal Electric company to build the world's first hydroelectric tidal lagoon off the coast of Wales. Competing hydropower projects have taken the lead, including a turbine system under New York City's East River developed by Verdant Power. The Energy Policy Act recognized renewable ocean energy in the U.S. Ullman also plans to build a tidal station near the mouth of the Yalu River in China.


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