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== Snohomish County Power Utility District (SnoPUD) ==
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SnoPUD is prospecting for tidal power around western Washington, but is focusing their pilot studies on a site in Admiralty Inlet just SW of the Keystone ferry terminal.
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'''Admiralty Inlet Pilot Project'''
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* [http://www.snopud.com/PowerSupply/tidal.ashx?p=1155 Project overview]
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* [http://sites.google.com/site/admiraltyinletkillerwhalestudy 2009-2010 baseline study project] (private site for project collaborators: The Whale Museum, Orca Network, SMRU, Beam Reach, +)
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== Navy Puget Sound ==
 
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== Race Rocks ==
 
== Race Rocks ==
 
Site of the first tidal turbine in the Salish Sea, supporting the green power transition orchestrated by Pearson College at the Race Rocks Ecological Preserve.
 
Site of the first tidal turbine in the Salish Sea, supporting the green power transition orchestrated by Pearson College at the Race Rocks Ecological Preserve.
* [http://www.beamreach.org/blog/2008/11/03/race-rocks-tidal-current-power-project Synopsis on Beam Reach blog]
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* [http://www.beamreach.org/blog/2008/11/03/race-rocks-tidal-current-power-project Synopsis of Race Rocks tidal power development] (Beam Reach blog)

Latest revision as of 01:12, 12 February 2012

uLGXcb Thanks for the article! I hope the author does not mind if I use it for my course work!....

Navy Puget Sound

Kinetic Hydropower System Demonstration

As of October, 2009, the most likely site for this test of Verdant turbines is off the southeast side of Marrowstone Island.

Race Rocks

Site of the first tidal turbine in the Salish Sea, supporting the green power transition orchestrated by Pearson College at the Race Rocks Ecological Preserve.