ORPC plans Cook Inlet tidal energy pilot
Company wants to install four turbines north of Fire Island in 2011 to test its concept for harnessing the inletís huge tidal range
In the latest step in its initiative to harness the swiftly moving tidal currents that sweep up and down Alaskaís Cook Inlet, renewable energy firm Ocean Renewable Power Co. has applied to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for a license for a pilot tidal power system. In the summer or fall of....
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