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Tidal Energy equipment for Hydro Energy

  • Kepler - Tidal Fences

    The concept of Tidal Fences was first proposed in the UK Government’s Severn Embryonic Technologies Scheme (SETS) in 2009. However, appropriate technology was not available at the time. The Kepler THAWT is the ideal turbine to exploit the significant advantages of the Tidal Fence system. The illustration, taken from the SETS report, shows a ...

    By Kepler Energy based in UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Scotrenewables - Model SR 250 - Large Scale Floating Tidal Turbine

    SR250 250 kW, the world’s first large scale floating tidal turbine.  The design incorporated all the learning achieved during development to date. The 35m turbine was constructed at Harland & Wolff Shipyards, Belfast and launched in early 2011 at the European Marine Energy Centre, Orkney. The SR250 has a 2-year test programme, ...

    By Scotrenewables Tidal Power Ltd. based in Kirkwall, Orkney, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Aquantis - Model AQ Series - Turbines

    Aquantis Turbines are a breakthrough in marine renewable energy technology, which converts the kinetic energy of either gyre or tidal ocean currents to electric power for submarine transmission to the land-based power grid. The Turbines operate at high efficiency, generating clean, predictable utility-scale electricity. The turbines integrate well ...

    By Aquantis, Inc. based in Santa Barbara, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • SeaGen - Model S - Twin Power System

    The SeaGen S system consists of twin power trains mounted on a crossbeam. The cross beam can be raised above the water for routine maintenance by winching it up the monopole support structure. SeaGen S is suitable for marine environments in water depths up to 38m and achieves rated power in tidal currents of greater than 2.4m/s. The 1.2MW system ...

    By SIMEC Atlantis Energy based in Victoria, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Delta - Tidal Stream Technology

    Generating electricity from tidal stream technology presents a number of unique engineering challenges:

    By Tidal Energy Ltd. (TEL) based in Cardiff, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Model HS1000 - Tidal Turbine

    It is a 1000kW tidal turbine, capable of working in a depth between 35-100 meters with a production cap. over 3,1 GW per year, operating on a nominal speed of 5-10 rpm. The turbine height is 32,5 meters and rotor diameter of 21 meters. The rotor type consist on 3 open bladed with a swept area of 300-500m2. Use a induction generator with a nominal ...

    By ANDRITZ HYDRO Hammerfest (UK) Limited based in Glasgow, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Atlantis - Model AS Series - Ducted Horizontal Axis Turbines

    AS series turbines are ducted horizontal axis turbines suitable for deployment with mono-directional blades in river environments and bi-directional blades in diurnal tidal locations. AS turbines feature a swept back blade design and control system to optimise turbine efficiency across flow velocity distributions. The AS140, the first of the AS ...

    By SIMEC Atlantis Energy based in Victoria, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • TidalStream - Model PLAT-O - Tidal Energy Turbine Platform Technology

    Introducing the world's first subsea tidal platform designed specifically to overcome the tidal energy's toughest challenges.

    By TidalStream Ltd. based in Southam, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Tidal Energy Technologies

    The technology required to convert tidal range energy into electricity is very similar to the technology used in traditional hydroelectric power plants. It requires building up a reservoir of certain head that will be continuously filled by turbine pumps operated by movement of large mass of water during the rising and ebbing tide. The water in ...

    By Hiro Energy-Tech Limited based in Mumbai, INDIA.

  • Open Centre Turbine

    OpenHydro’s design philosophy is to keep the turbine as simple as possible, resulting in a device which has a low cost and low requirement for maintenance. In keeping the turbine simple, we also achieve a high level of efficiency, all of which adds up to deliver a low Levelised Cost of Energy (LCoE) – the key measure when comparing ...

    By OpenHydro based in IFSC Dublin, IRELAND.

  • 2kW Turbine

    Ideal for use in a canals/rivers/existing Hydro Power Project (HPP) or for new micro power plants.Depth requirement of at least 2m.Velocity requirement of 1.2m/s to 4.2m/s

    By Kirloskar Integrated Technologies Limited based in Kothrud, INDIA. from Tidal & Marine Product line

  • Scotrenewables - Model SR 2000 - Tidal Turbine

    The SR2000 2MW is the largest and most powerful tidal turbine in the world. It has been designed to minimise the whole lifecycle cost of electricity production from tidal energy. Designed to DNV (Det Norske Veritas) standards with a 20 year design life, it incorporates components with proven reliability from the wind, gas and oil industries. The ...

    By Scotrenewables Tidal Power Ltd. based in Kirkwall, Orkney, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Minesto - Marine Energy Technology

    Imagine that you are standing on a beach, flying a kite in the wind. You feel the strong lift force from the kite in the rope as the wind tries to carry the kite away. As you move the kite sideways, you notice that it flies fast – way faster than the wind is blowing. If you would attach a turbine to the kite and put it in ...

    By Minesto AB based in Västra Frölunda, SWEDEN.

  • SgurrControlBox - Turbine Control Design Toolbox

    Model, design and test wind and tidal turbine control systems. Build wind or tidal turbines control systems more efficiently with one of the industry's leading design and modelling software tools. The 'SgurrControlBox' control design toolbox is ideal for control and mechanical engineers. The SgurrControlBox embedded in the MATLAB numerical ...

    By SgurrControl based in Glasgow, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Leviathan - Underwater Turbines

    Pioneer Valley Renewables LLC uses two complementary patents to make improvements in the effectiveness of underwater turbines of 50-300%, depending on the size. The market is for what is called hydrokinetic power, which includes both rivers and tides. The technology has already been confirmed theoretically by US Navy engineers and in practice in ...

    By Leviathan Energy LLC. based in Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Fenghai - Microgrid Seawater Desalination System

    The integrated equipment of container type intelligent microgrid seawater desalination

  • FEROFORM - Model T814 - Composite Material

    FEROFORM T814 is a composite material made from woven fibre bonded with resin with PTFE as a friction modifier.

    By Tenmat ltd based in Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM. from FEROFORM Product line

  • CME - Annapolis Royal Tidal Power Generator

    Replace sluce gate, support seals, and idler sheaves for in service Tidal Generator. Annapolis Tidal Power operates the worlds first commercial Tidal power electric generating station which has been in service since 1984. Upgrades to structural components and hoisting systems and winches.

    By Canadian Maritime Engineering Ltd. (CME) based in Dartmouth, NOVA SCOTIA (CANADA).

  • Lockheed Martin - Model AR1500 - Tidal Power Turbine System

    The AR1500 is the latest tidal power turbine system under development at Atlantis. The AR1500 will have a rated capacity of 1.5MW at 3.0 m/s and will be designed to withstand the extreme environmental conditions expected to be encountered in the Pentland Firth in Scotland and the Bay of Fundy in Canada. The detailed design of this cutting edge ...

    By SIMEC Atlantis Energy based in Victoria, UNITED KINGDOM. from AR Series Product line

  • Model MK1 - Tidal Turbine

    It is a 1500kW tidal turbine, capable of working in a depth of 35-100 meters operating on a nominal speed of 5-15 rpm. The turbine height is 35 meters with a rotor diameter of 18-26 meters. The rotor type consist on 3 open bladed . Use a induction generator with a nominal output or 1000-1500kW. The weight of the nacelle is approximately 130t, the ...

    By ANDRITZ HYDRO Hammerfest (UK) Limited based in Glasgow, UNITED KINGDOM.

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