After 15 exciting years in the hydrokinetic industry, Clean Current Power Systems is exiting gracefully. All obligations to employees, suppliers, and business partners have been met and the Company will be wound down in an orderly way.
On Monday November 17, 2014, the Clean Current team demonstrated the ability to deploy a river turbine in cold winter conditions. The team successfully lowered the turbine to the river bed in ambient temperatures of -15ºC (before wind chill). This … Read More »
On Wednesday July 30, 2014, the Clean Current team successfully redeployed the company’s 1.5 m turbine at the Canadian Hydrokinetic Turbine Test Centre (CHTTC) in Manitoba. The unit was retrieved for inspection and retrofitted with a new heightened foundation. Since being … Read More »
Clean Current is proud to have been nominated in the “Energy” category of the World Technology Awards (http://www.wtn.net/summit-2014/world-technology-award-nominees). The Awards are presented each year to the outstanding innovators from each sector within the technology arena. A gala ceremony will be … Read More »
On August 12, 2014, Clean Current achieved another milestone on its path to commercialization by demonstrating over 12 years of operational life for its river and tidal generator components. The Company is continuing accelerated life testing of its generator components … Read More »
Clean Curent has successfully completed operating its river turbine through the winter in its Manitoba test site. Temperatures ranged as low as -40 degrees Celsius.
On behalf of the Government of Canada, Kelly Block, Parliamentary Secretary to the Honourable Joe Oliver, Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources, today unveiled the Clean Current tidal turbine that stands in the Technology Park of the Canada Science and Technology … Read More »
The project is expected to last a minimum of 12 months, with a target commissioning date for the turbine in late 2014/early 2015. read more… Clean Current Turbine