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Tenax Energy's Clarence Strait Tidal Project in Australia Awaits Environmental Approvals


Industry Segment: Power | Word Count: 345 Words

PERTH, AUSTRALIA--September 12, 2013--Researched by Industrial Info Resources Australia (Perth, Australia)--Tenax Energy Pty Limited (Darwin, Australia) is continuing to develop tidal energy projects in Northern Territory, Australia, with Entura (Darwin). Since the establishment of the company in 2007, Tenax Energy has worked to turn the Northern Territory into a tropical, tidal energy hub. With three projects in the proposal phase, Tenax Energy hopes to bring approximately 800 megawatts (MW) of tidal energy to Australia no later than 2020. The projects will be developed in Clarence Strait in Northern Territory, Banks Strait in Tasmania, and Port Phillip Heads in Victoria. Tenax Energy has conducted extensive research and had found the three locations to be ideal, due to their tide velocities.

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