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Marine Current Power | EDF France

How a tidal turbine works. The principle adopted for a tidal turbine is similar to that used for, a except in this case it is the marine current that drives the tidal turbines... The potential capacity for tidal turbines is estimated at between 2 000 and 3 000 MW in France... The power, expressed in kilowatts (kW), of a tidal turbine also depends on the diameter of its turbine, or its blades, and the speed of the marine current.

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Marine Energy | EDF France

EDF has been working on harnessing marine energy since 1966 with its La Rance tidal power plant in Brittany, France, and its tidal turbines off the Paimpol-Bréhat coast, also in Brittany. Tidal power uses the differential between low and high tides to generate electricity .

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Generating electricity 35 metres below the sea | EDF France

After a long series of mechanical and electrical tests carried out on a demonstrator, two tidal turbines were built, installed 35 metres below the sea and connected to the electricity grid. Reversible, they operate on both the ingoing and outgoing tides .

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