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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 @ : tidal energy
what does it have to do with the report i'm doing no info  

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

21 Apr 2016 @ 11:38 by Kameryn @ : bmRtnFWHHLLZW
This shows real expsrtiee. Thanks for the answer.  

18 Aug 2016 @ 11:17 by National drink of Pakistan @ : Malik
Typically the tragedy through Pakistan continues to worsen for the reason that relief necessities and solution fall far in immediate need of what should be used. More solution is desperately needed being the potential for innumerable fatalities gets started to loom.  

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