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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By: Joachim Amland On: 15. November 2016 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

Today, the two month test period in Svelvik was ended, and we lifted our prototype from the sea bed. The device has worked without any technical issues during the full test period, and has given us confidence and experience to look towards a larger demontrator. The prototyping has given...

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By: Arne On: 10. November 2016 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

Tidetec nominated as most Promising Turbine Concept together with Minesto, Tocardo, Sabella & Tidetec at ITES 2016 the main tidal conference in London Nov. 2016

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By: Joachim Amland On: 21. October 2016 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

We have published a video from the installation day:    

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By: Arne On: 29. September 2016 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

Tidetec prototype in NRK news 26/9 https://tv.nrk.no/serie/distriktsnyheter-oestafjells/DKTE99092616/26-09-2016#t=9m7s …

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By: Joachim Amland On: 21. September 2016 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

A well organised and planned installation day resulted in a flawless installation of the prototype at the sea bed in Svelvik. We were exacly on time regarding the tidal curret – and the lifting process was excellently conducted by Nordic Crane. “This is a huge milestone for Tidetec –...

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By: Joachim Amland On: 12. September 2016 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

With assistance from FEMKUBER Tidetec have now completed a structural integrity analysis. We found the structure to be sound, however with some improvements to the anchors for the concrete delta blocks. We will have an additional cargo straps as safety, to make sure that the deltablocks will be firmly attached...

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By: Joachim Amland On: 12. September 2016 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

We have now conducted the final sea bed inspection at the prototype installation site. The conditions are looking optimal with good visibility, hardpacked, and smooth sand surface with an ideal depth of 5 meters. Thanks to Erling Elind for excellent diving!   We are now one step closer to...

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