The average seventh grader likely isn’t considering a career in hydropower project permitting. A new clean energy career development program in Maine, though, just might have planted the seed in a few young minds.
ORPC produces hydrokinetic power system technology and projects that harness the energy in ocean and river currents to generate clean, predictable renewable electricity.
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Water has been used as a renewable source of energy for over two thousand years,
NREL researchers are working with industry, tribal, government, and national laboratory partners to more effectively harness Alaska’s marine energy resources.
ORPC’s full-scale testing of a helical blade at the MaREI Centre, NUI Galway