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Collaborations and commissioning
05 March, 2021
A number of firms and organisations are working together to push forward the development of wave and tidal power projects, while investments are being secured for new projects and other schemes are demonstrating their feasibility.

Tina takes centre stage
25 August, 2020
The Solomon Islands is developing the largest hydropower project in the Pacific region. Communications Consultant, Sarina Laurence, introduces IWP&DC to the Tina River hydropower project

Spins and turns in the turbine and generator market
15 August, 2014
Prospects look healthy for the hydro turbine and generator sector. Report by Patrick Reynolds

Bringing pumped storage to the table
18 March, 2013
Prompted by worldwide interest in pumped storage development, IWP&DC invited representatives from the sector to a roundtable discussion. We discover what role Alstom, MWH, the National Hydropower Association and Voith have been playing, and are set to play, in this burgeoning sector of the hydropower industry.

At the hub of it all
29 June, 2012
A new seawater pumped storage plant is set to play a central role in an ambitious energy export scheme known as MAREX. Irish company Organic Power gives more details about the development taking place on Glinsk Mountain in County Mayo.

Plugged in and open for business
15 April, 2011
The pioneering Wave Hub marine energy project off the coast of Cornwall in South West England was officially opened for business at the end of last year. IWP&DC provides an update on world’s largest test site for wave energy technology

Water flow monitoring aids fish passage
21 February, 2011
System level monitoring and water flow rates automated through OPC server monitors with added alarm systems aided in the safe passage upstream for the American eel at the St. Lawrence-FDR power project in North America

Spotlight on Asia
10 May, 2010
Vietnam plays host to the dam community this year. Ahead of ICOLD’s Annual Meeting, IWP&DC gives an insight into dam and hydro power development across Asia.

Floating for success
16 January, 2008
While recent commercial agreements have launched Oceanlinx into a new stage of business operations, research and development remain the core of its activities, reports Suzanne Pritchard

The hub of developments
10 January, 2008
In September, the UK government gave planning approval for the world's first large scale wave farm off the coast of Cornwall in South West England. It means the UK£28M 'Wave Hub' project, developed by the South West of England Regional Development Agency (SWRDA), has cleared the last major regulatory hurdle, reports Chris Webb

A removable solution
10 January, 2008
The US Army Corps of Engineers is preparing the installation of its third removable spillway weir (RSW) on the Lower Snake river. Kevin Crum reports on why the RSW was needed and details the installation at the Lower Monumental dam

Rising tide of optimism for tidal power
01 March, 2007
Tidal energy capacity in the US and Canada may account for less than 5% of the world’s potential, but 20GW is prize enough for a group of sea power pioneers investing in a renewable alternative to fossil fuels. Chris Webb finds that, regulatory matters aside, energy from the oceans is beginning to make its mark

Flexible structures
03 January, 2007
Xueqing Zhang discusses the technological developments, advantages and applications of rubber dams

Compare and contrast
13 October, 2004
Full-scale field tests were conducted on a Sabo dam in Taiwan to compare the erosive resistibility of low cement high performance concrete against that of normal concrete

Barriers to tidal power: multi basin plants
21 April, 2004
In part three of a series of articles on tidal power plants, E Van Walsum takes a look at the costs associated with such developments and examines the environmental issues associated with multi-basin plants

Testing times for tidal power
01 December, 2002
Janet Wood presents a guide to the wave and tidal power designs soon to be tested in UK seas

Wave power moves ahead
04 May, 2002
Tim Sharp reports on BC Hydro's plans to explore the commercial viability of constructing wave energy projects in British Columbia, Canada

Wave of the future
16 April, 2001
Australia’s first oscillating water column is due to be completed in six months time and is expected to provide the region of Wollongong with renewable, reliable and competitively priced power. Grant McConnell describes how previous design problems have been resolved

Riding the ocean waves
14 December, 2000
Richard Yemm explains how a ‘sea snake’ could soon lead the way in commercial, offshore wave energy production

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