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Around the world, major utility companies are taking part in large-scale renewable energy projects, driving down costs and increasing the amount of renewable electricity supplied to regional grids. Marine renewable energy turbines generate clean, predictable and reliable electricity that is easily accessible from many densely populated areas and major utility grids near coastlines and along large rivers.
The Bay of Fundy, located on the border between eastern Maine in the United States 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 with enormous force and tidal ranges of up to 50 feet or more.
At its mouth, offshore of Eastport and Lubec, Maine, ORPC made history in 2012 when we sent electricity generated by the prototype TidGen
Power System to the Emera Maine utility grid, the first grid-connected tidal power project in the country. ORPC has partnered with Emera Maine in signing the first long term contract for the sale of tidal power, a major milestone in the industry. The Maine Tidal Energy Project will ventually generate enough electricity to power every home and business in down east Maine with clean tidal energy.
20 Aug. 2019
Path to paradise? Alaskan village hopes to replace foss
16 Aug. 2019
Energy Dept. Funding Helps Transform Alaskan River into
01 Aug. 2019
Federal Dollars Help Turn the Tide for Renewable Energy
30 Jul. 2019
Igiugig A River Runs Through It
30 Jul. 2019
Alaska Gov Mike Dunleavy looks at a hydroelectricity ge
16 Jul. 2019
Alaskan Village, Maine Company and Alaska Governor Laun
04 Jun. 2019
ÉireComposites Completes Turbines for ORPC Commerc
07 May. 2019
ORPC and Warbird Capital LLC Join Forces to Offer Leasi
18 Apr. 2019
Maine Gov. Mills Leads Celebration of Commercial RivGen
16 Apr. 2019
Commercial RivGen® Power System Product Launch