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    • Tidal Power
      Emanuel Tecchia
      Marius Florin
    • Introduction
      The tidal energy that takes advantage of the tides. Turning it into useful electrical energy is not easy. It’s renewable.
    • How it works
      The tide goes in and out, water flows through the tunnels of the dam. The ebb and flowof tides can be used to drive a turbine which in turn generates electricity.
    • Advantages
      Already built, tidal power is free.
      Does not produce polluting gases.
      You do not need fuel.
      It produces electricity reliably.
    • It isn’t expensive to maintain.
      The tides are predictable.
      Offshore turbines and vertical axis turbines are not expensive and have no significant environmental impact.
      It’s renewable.
    • Disadvantages
      Birds can not feed and fish can not migrate.
      Only provides power 10 hours a day.
      There are few places to install tidal power.
    • More
      The largest tidal power station in the world is in the Rance estuary
      Turbines can be used at sea. It is cheaper and has no environmental problems. Alsothere are many places to install them.
    • Conclusions
      Is sustainable, clean, and reliable.
      Is distributed and can offer significant benefits to coastal nations.
    • Supports tidal energy!