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Orkney based Scotrenewables Tidal Power has launched its 2MW SR2000, the world’s largest energy generating tidal turbine. The company, which is at the forefront of the floating tidal technology sector, launched the 550 tonne machine at Harland & Wolff Heavy Industries Ltd in Belfast on Thursday May 12th.
ACI’s Hydropower Development: Europe 2016 Summit will comprise two days of formal presentations, interactive panel discussions, and excellent networking opportunities, providing an ideal setting to convene with your peers to discuss both current operational and future planned hydro power plants, energy markets reform, potential barriers and support policies as well as project economics and finance.
Tidal energy company Tocardo has signed up to demonstrate a 20 year ore-commercial array at the European Marine Energy Centre in Orkney. The contract was signed at the International Conference for Ocean Energy (ICOE) being held in Edinburgh this week.
Every year, the National Hydropower Association holds its Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. The event brings together the industry’s collective knowledge on a diverse set of topics. The 2016 Annual Conference theme is: Strengthening Our Economy. Protecting Our Future.
HydroVision International is the largest gathering of hydro professionals worldwide. The event highlights perspectives on the role of hydropower, explores issues affecting hydro resources, and helps participants develop a vision to meet challenges and ensure the future sustainability of hydro.
It is already the third time Green World will be coming to Tbilisi to host the 3rd annual HydroTech Caucasus expo and forum. The event has grown into the most important annual gathering of regional and international hydro energy experts in the whole of Caucasus and keeps attracting more and more participants, with over 200
HydroTech Albania will provide a platform to exchange information and the opportunity for both the potential and existing investors and the investment community to meet and network in a 5 star environment. It is intended to support hydro development in Albania, to increase foreign direct investment and aid further privatisation of the hydro power industry.
As one of the world’s top five countries in per-capita water resources, Georgia is blessed with countless waterways of myriad sizes and types. Yet only 18% of waterways harbouring high electrical-generating capacity have been developed, leaving most of this abundance untapped. Hundreds of Georgia’s 26,000 rivers – with a greenfield-site hydropower plant (HPP) potential of