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Since 2004, ORPC has been hard at work developing breakthrough technology and eco-conscious projects that use ocean and river currents to produce clean, predictable electricity to power
Boasting the second highest tidal range in North America (the Bay of Fundy, also the site of an ORPC project, has the highest), Alaska’s Cook Inlet is an outstanding resource for tidal energy. ORPC is developing sites throughout Cook Inlet that ...
The Bay of Fundy, located on the border between eastern Maine and Canada, is one of the most robust tidal energy resources in the world. Each day, 100 billion tons of water flow in and out of this bay, with the force of 8,000 locomotives and tidal...
ORPC has formed a strategic partnership with Canadian independent power producer, Fundy Tidal Inc., to develop a tidal energy project in the Bay of Fundy off of southwestern Nova Scotia...
KTVA report on RivGen® Project & Obama’s...
ORPC RivGen® Power System Deployment 201...
ORPC RivGen® Power System
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Nov 15, 2016
US marine energy developer Ocean Renewable Power (ORPC) has started working...
Oct 06, 2016
PORTLAND, Maine — The Arctic Council Senior Officials meeting this week in Portl...
Nov 15, 2016
Dublin, Ireland, November 15, 2016 –- ORPC Ireland, a wholly owned subsidiary of...
Jun 23, 2016
Horizon 2020, the European Union's Framework Programme for Research an...
Mar 01, 2016
Igiugig, Alaska, March 1, 2016 – The U.S. Department of Energy has selected Igiu...
Feb 02, 2016
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland funded a project assessing the feasi...
3.2 million Euro, ORPC Ireland-Led Project Gets Underway
U.S. Energy Department selects ORPC for $5.35 million grant for Advanced TidGen® Power Sys...
ORPC receives FERC preliminary permit for Western Passage, Maine.
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