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Article Lessons learned from E1 Evopod Tidal Energy Converter deployment at Ria Formosa, Portugal
Author(s) André Pacheco, Eduardo Gorbeña, Theocharis Plomaritis, Jorge Gonçalves (ICOE 2018)
Tags Tidal energy, tidal energy converters, Floatable tidal turbines, Energy production, Ria Formosa, Portugal
Type Papers
File paper-pacheco-et-al.pdf

This paper presents the results of a pilot experiment with an existing tidal energy converter (TEC), Evopod 1 kW floatable prototype, in a real test case scenario (Faro Channel, Ria Formosa, Portugal). Operational results related to the description of power generation capacity, energy capture area and proportion of energy flux are presented and discussed. The data is now available to the scientific community and to TEC industry developers, enhancing the operational knowledge of TEC technology concerning efficiency, environmental effects, and interactions (i.e. device/environment).

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