Sabella Advances with Its Tidal Energy Device

Sabella, French tidal energy technology developer, still plans to deploy its D10 tidal energy device next year, in spite failing to win government funds.

The company is preparing to transfer various elements to Brest, including the turbine base next month, followed by assembly of nacelle and blades in March 2015.

Currently, the generator is undergoing final test in Angers, after which the central nacelle, containing the heart of the technology, can be sealed.

The deployment of tidal energy turbine will be preceded by inauguration scheduled for April 2015.

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Offshore WIND Staff; Image: sabella
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