There are 5 files, weighing 3.3 MiB with 10,594 hits in Barrages and Lagoons.
Displaying 1 to 5 of 5 files.
Catch the tide
» 239.1 KiB - 1,443 hits - October 16, 2008
Catch the tide The idea of a Severn Barrage has resurfaced again, and the government is giving it serious consideration, reports Ben Sampson. But a series of smaller tidal schemes around the coast could be preferable
Marine renewables - Dave Elliott
» 1.3 MiB - 2,282 hits - November 21, 2008
Marine Renewables - wave and tidal power Dave Elliott Open University http://eeru.open.acuk/natta/rol.html Summary of marine renewable technologies. Claverton Energy Group conference, Bath. April 2008
Ocean Energy Wave Power
» 1.6 MiB - 3,023 hits - December 5, 2009
Tidal and wave power presentation from Chris Bale, Ocean Energy at Claverton Conference, Oct 2009
Parsons Brinckerhoff has made huge miscalculations on tidal lagoons costs
» 57.7 KiB - 2,311 hits - December 16, 2008
Description of how according to the Developers, Tidal Electric, Parson Brinkerhoff the giant American consultant has made a gigantic, 800% over estimate of the cost of the proposed Severn Estuary tidal lagoon, which is viewed in some quarters as being a much cheaper and more sustainable method of generating power in the estuary than the governments preferred tidal barrage scheme.
» 90.0 KiB - 1,535 hits - February 10, 2009
review of varous marine renewables by Prof David Elliot of the open university
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