By: Joachim Amland On: 20. May 2016 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

Tidetec has visited the french turbine manufacturer MJ2, who deliver a turbine that is perfecly fit for the tidetec turning solution. We have agreed to work on a pilot location and a technical solution together. “These are exciting times, and the first full scale turnable turbine is within reach...

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

Tidetec has just filed a new patent regarding the turning mechanism for the turbine. We now have an updated design which we call a rolling turret. The rolling turret, is based on a cylinder rotating around a horizontal axis. It has bearings on each side of the cylinder, avoiding the...

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By: Magne Ofstad On: 23. February 2016 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

Tidetec is getting closer to commercialisation with the first prototype of the turning mechanism soon in the water. The prototype is a collaboration between several players where the most important are: Tidetec (Project management) Harness (Femkuber and Hugg) Powertech (power and automation) JS Mekaniske (manufacturing) Mollestad plast (Manufacturing) We...

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By: Arne On: 16. February 2016 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0


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The TideTec team, together with the Harness team visited a recently refitted hydro power plant in Norway yesterday. The purpose was to learn from their experiences with a soon to be finished project “Rånåsfoss III” – a quite complex engineering exercise, where they fit completely new turbines into an...

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Its time to release some of the preliminary findings from the Safe*Coast project: Preliminary results show great potential for the TideTec technology. Concept: TideTec proposes to build a tidal lagoon (27km2) that will act as flood protection, in addition to generating electricity Flood protection: Turbines (in pumping mode) in...

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By: Arne On: 20. November 2015 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0
By: Joachim Amland On: 5. June 2015 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

Stian Løbø Aaker civil engineering student works as summer intern for TideTec, June 1-July 3rd. He contributed to development of the tidal power concept, and integration into bridge foundations. Some of the things he worked with: – Design and CDF simulation of concrete caisson for turbine housing. – Cost and building...

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By: Joachim Amland On: 15. May 2015 In: team, Ukategorisert Comments: 0

Joachim Amland steps into TideTec as CTO to work with continued development of the technology and to push the technology towards commercialization. Joachim has experience as a consultant from DNV GL Shipping Advisory, working with Energy Management and fleet optimisation projects for shipping and offshore companies, and from EY...

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By: Joachim Amland On: 18. December 2014 In: Ukategorisert Comments: 0

18/12-14: TideTec featured in Energi21-bilag in Dagens Næringsliv.

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