Cameroon is considering harnessing power from its ocean currents to help fill its chronic electricity gap.

The government of the central African state bordering the Atlantic has hired MRS Power Cameroon, a subsidiary of MRS Holding Ltd, to conduct a tidal power feasibility study, the government-owned Cameroon Tribune reported on Monday.

"This project comes at a time Cameroon is suffering a h

Gandhinagar: The Gujarat government plans to complete bankable detailed project report (DPR) within a year for the revised Kalpasar project, which is smaller in size costing just about Rs 28,000 crore as against the original plan of Rs 60,000 crore.

How do you choose between a wilderness and a power station? The tough choices associated with large-scale renewable energy projects are dividing the green movement.

The Scottish government, led by first minister Alex Salmond, has issued a

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Wildlife and environmental groups are opposing the construction of the world's largest tidal power scheme on grounds that it will damage a unique ecosystem and that it will cost too much.

The neglect of India's energy resources and the failure to adopt a scientific approach to maximise their use are unforgivable, and the simultaneous pursuit of exotic treaties is unfortunate.

Irving Oil Ltd, which is planning a second major refinery in New Brunswick, will study the potential for a tidal power development in the Bay of Fundy, site of the world's highest tides, the privately held company said Monday. Irving has teamed up with the non-profit Huntsman Marine Science Centre to conduct two years of research on 11 prospective generating sites near the north shore of the bay, which lies between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

The world's largest tidal turbine, weighing 1,000 tonnes, has been installed in Northern Ireland's Strangford Lough. It is the first commercial tidal turbine, which will generate enough energy