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Verdant testing its tidal energy device in New York's East River. (Photo by Verdant Power)

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April 20, 2012 - Structural testing of the Verdant 56-kW Composite KHPS Blade at NREL - Blade low-pressure surface View. (Photo by Mike Desmond / NREL)

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April 20, 2012 - Structural testing of the Verdant 56-kW Composite KHPS Blade at NREL - Blade low-pressure surface View. (Photo by Scott Hughes / NREL)

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April 20, 2012 - Structural testing of the Verdant 56-kW Composite KHPS Blade at NREL - Blade high-pressure side View. (Photo by Scott Hughes / NREL)

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April 20, 2012 - Structural testing of the Verdant 56-kW Composite KHPS Blade at NREL - Trailing Edge View. (Photo by Scott Hughes / NREL)

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April 20, 2012 - Structural testing of the Verdant 56-kW Composite KHPS Blade at NREL - Leading Edge View. (Photo by Scott Hughes / NREL)

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April 20, 2012 - Structural testing of the Verdant 56-kW Composite KHPS Blade at NREL. (Photo by Scott Hughes / NREL)

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Spider outfitted with ADCP, recording hydrophone, and CTD sensor

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Free Flow Power Corporations SmarTurbine relies on the velocity of water in rivers, canals, or other flows without impoundment's to generate electricity.

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Free Flow Power Corporations SmarTurbine relies on the velocity of water in rivers, canals, or other flows without impoundment's to generate electricity.

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OpenHydro's Open-Center Turbine is designed to be deployed, directly on the seabed. The first 6-m test unit produces enough energy to supply 150 average European homes and save the emission of over 450 tons of CO2 greenhouse gas per year.

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Hydro Green Energy installed the first-eder commercially operational, FERC-licensed hydrokinetcc power facility in the united States at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lock and Dam No, 2 on the Mississippi River

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ORPC's Beta Turbine Generator Unit, the largest ocean energy device ever deployed in the U.S. ORPC poser systems generate clean, renewable electricity by harnessing the energy of the world's rivers and oceans.

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Verdant Power's Free Flow Kinetic Hydropower System uses three-bladed, horizontal-axis turbines deployed underwater to generate clean renewable energy from tidal and river currents.

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Hydrokinetic turbine in the Yukon River, Alaska

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August 14, 2012 - ORPC's TidGen(TM) turbine generator unit being readied for installation at ORPC's Cobscook Bay Tidal Energy Project site in Maine on August 14, 2012. ORPC's power systems convert ocean and river currents into clean, predictable and rene

 
 
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