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 Tidal Energy2002-11-09 23:59
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The small far north town of Hammerfest in Norway is the first to put a sub-sea tidal energy plant into production. It is a relatively tiny 300kW plant, but it is a start. Underwater tidal forces is a huge untapped resource, in part because of the difficulties in installing turbines in those exact areas that have the most tidal current.


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14 Nov 2003 @ 08:14 by audrica @216.79.194.97 : tidal energy
what does it have to do with the report i'm doing no info  


19 Oct 2006 @ 22:09 by mike @74.96.16.139 : tidal energy
yeah wat the fuck does it have to do with the report in doin thers no info fuck heads  


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