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Tidal current is being recognized as a resource to be exploited for the sustainable generation of electrical power. The high load factors resulting from the fact that water is 800 times denser than air and the predictable and reliable nature of tides compared with the wind makes tidal energy particularly attractive for Electric power generation. Condition monitoring is the key for exploiting it cost- efficiently. Continue reading ...
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