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Marine Current Turbines has begun constrcting the largest ever tidal plant and order viagra says that it will be complete before the end of the year. The two giant underwater tubines will, together, produce 1.2 megawatts of power off the coast of Northern Ireland.

While this isn't really a significant amount of power, it does mark a bit of united healthcare viagra a landmark for tidal power. The project is simply a demonstration of the potential of the technology. There is an awful lot going on in tidal power these days, and it looks poised to viagra pfizer india begin the kind of explosion that we started seeing in wind a few years ago. The early adopters, like Ireland and the UK, will be important to watch.

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written by Adrian Akau, August 25, 2007
SeaGen's tests were supposed to commence August 20 but have been postponed. The jack-up ship "Jumping Jack" had to extend work on another contract and presently needs repair work as it was damaged during an incident in port.

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Tidal Energy in Europe
written by Dave, November 11, 2007 is a good site for information about tidal energy in europe
Up and operational now
written by Lorna, April 10, 2008
It's April 2008 and SeaGen has been installed near teh mouth of Strangford Lough. It's the first commercial installation of its kind anywhere in the world. No doubt people will be closely watching to measure the success of SeaGen.

Marine Turbines is looking into similar projects in the Bay of Fundy, off the coast of BC and near the Skerry Islands (Scotland).

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