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The Tidal Stream Energiser Project (TIGER) aims to drive the growth of tidal stream energy by installing almost 8MW of new tidal capacity in and around the Channel.

ORE Catapult will lead the TIGER project, comprising of 19 partners across the UK and France from a range of disciplines including turbine development, research organisations, demonstration sites and local and regional authorities.

TIGER will bring together these different organisations to work towards validating and commercialising tidal technology to ensure the UK capitalises on the sustainable, predictable and affordable energy that is tidal.

The project is the largest and most ambitious of its kind, and looks to make a stronger and more cost-effective case for commercialising tidal stream technology in the UK's renewable energy sector.

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Posted 2019-10-31 12:21:49

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