marine renewables

May 2012
Sea Technology;May2012, p60
The article presents updates related to ocean energy sources as of May 2012. It notes that a geographical survey of Navitus Bay has been provided by Fugro Engineers BV. It states that exclusive rights for a 500-megawatt offshore wind project has been awarded to the Iberdrola-Eole-RES consortium. It mentions that Fundy Tidal Inc. has been granted two more Community Feed-In Tariff (COMFIT) approvals for a 500-kilowatt tidal energy project.


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