On October 2, 2013 Clean Current’s turbines were featured in an article in the Toronto Globe and Mail. “The potential market for small turbines in remote communities in Canada alone is as much as $400-million, said Mr. Gora of Clean … Read More »
On September 12, 2013, Clean Current successfully installed its 1.5m river turbine in the Winnipeg River near Seven Sisters, Manitoba. The turbine was fully commissioned over the next 5 days and now delivers power to an onshore load bank in the Company’s … Read More »
Clean Current is a partner in a research project being conducted by Acadia University, Fundy Tidal Inc., Dalhousie University, and others. The goal of the project is to reduce the cost of in-stream tidal energy generation through comprehensive hydrodynamic site … Read More »
This conference is attended by all the leading tidal energy technology developers. For more information go to http://www.tidaltoday.com/tidal-conference/
Effective on November 15, 2012, Alstom and Clean Current have decided by mutual agreement to terminate their 2009 agreements through which Clean Current licensed its technology to Alstom in the fields of tidal stream and ocean current power. Alstom and Clean Current … Read More »
Clean Current is proud to be among a strong Canadian marine energy contingent at one of world’s leading ocean energy conferences.
Clean Current successfully tested its 1.5 metre diameter river turbine in the tow tank managed at the Canada National Research Council’s Institute of Ocean Technology located in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Testing included turbine operation performance, off angle performance, generator output … Read More »
Clean Current has received a granted patent for its fault tolerant direct drive generator in USA, Australia and South Africa.
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