14Jun
By: Joachim Amland On: 14. June 2017 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

  After two years of development, design, engineering and production the Tidetec turbine is finally installed in the test rig at the Technical University of Munich. This turbine is designed to fit into Tidetecs Turret, see picture below: The following month the turbine will be tested to show performance...

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By: Joachim Amland On: 30. May 2017 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

Meet the GreenTech disruptors  

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11May
By: Joachim Amland On: 11. May 2017 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

Tidetec was chosen by a panel featuring Peel Hunt, Macquarie Capital, Ashurst, FTI Consulting and Cantor Fitzgerald chaired by Atlantis Resources chief executive Tim Cornelius, as the winner of All Energy Investment Challenge. Here follows the press release: “After a long deliberation and much vigorous debate, the panel agonised...

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By: Joachim Amland On: 9. May 2017 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

Tidetec is proud to annonce we are finalists in the All-Energy Investment challenge. The Tidetec team will be present 10 and 11th of May at All-Energy in Glasgow. Press release from All-Energy: The five finalists in the All-Energy Marine Renewable Energy Investment Challenge, taking place on Wednesday 10 May...

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29Mar
By: Joachim Amland On: 29. March 2017 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

Tidetec and MJ2 technologies have developed the VLH Tidal concept. A low head tidal turbine intended for barrage application. Their main market is installation of turbines in already existing infrastructure, like barriers intended for flood protection, ship-locks, unused drydocks or other small tidal pools. Even retrofitting new turbines in...

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22Mar
By: Joachim Amland On: 22. March 2017 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

Tidetec is currently present at Seanergy 2017, in le Havre, promoting the integrated Tidetec and VLH solution – the most cost effective tidal system on the market. The solution is based on a marinised VLH turbine, and is enabled for Tidal application by using a Tidetec designed turning mechanism....

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24Jan
By: Joachim Amland On: 24. January 2017 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

After being mentioned specifically as a promising solution for both cost reduction and efficiency gain in the Hendry review, Tidetec has had a very good start of 2017. To further improve our concept, Tidetec have now conducted initial engineering for a full-scale application (20 MW turbine system with a...

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By: Arne On: 18. January 2017 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

http://www.tu.no/artikler/norske-oppfinneres-turbinteknologi-kan-bli-brukt-i-britisk-tidevannseventyr/367589

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By: Arne On: 18. January 2017 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

Hendry Review page 52: “One possible example is the Tidetec rotating turret. A prototype of the solution was deployed in Svelvik, Norway in September 2016. Tidetec state: “The main intention of the turret is to turn the turbine, to enable optimal bi-directional functionality.” I am advised this would enable...

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By: Arne On: 18. January 2017 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

The long-awaited Hendry review has today been published – it is backing the Swansea-Bay project and has thereby opened a multi-billion-euro market for tidal lagoon energy – the market where Tidetec has the most effective turbine system. The tidal lagoon market is characterised by enormous projects, and therefore significant...

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