The “world’s most powerful tidal turbine” has started generating electricity via the grid in Orkney.
An Orkney firm has successfully launched the world's most powerful tidal turbine.
The United Nations climate change conference which is to be held in Glasgow in November should be a source of inspiration and an opportunity for Scottish industry to showcase its Net Zero manufacturing supply chain.
It is a fact of life that if you want to achieve net zero you need the technology that can make it happen. You can play around with what you think are smart economic wheezes such as contracts for difference and carbon tax but if you don’t have the technology to enable you to stop burning hydrocarbons then ultimately, they’re of no benefit whatsoever.
Orkney-based renewable energy firm Orbital Marine Power said yesterday it had surpassed a £1 million crowdfunding goal in less than a week.
Renewables firm Obital Marine has called time on its “breakthrough” SR2000 floating tidal turbine.
Orkney-based Orbital Marine Power has been awarded £3.4 million of Scottish Government funding to help build the world’s most powerful floating tidal turbine.