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Industrialization should begin in Boulogne in 2019. The aim is to produce 30 and 100 kW machines, primarily for river applications, especially for isolated or poorly connected sites. The Managing Director of EEL Energy, Franck Sylvain, told revolution.energetics.com magazine last June, that rivers such as the Congo in Africa or the Amazon in Brazil could set up undulating tidal turbine farms near villages, thus avoiding the costs of an expensive transmission and distribution network and avoiding the construction of large dams that disturb the environment and aquatic fauna. Producing electricity 24 hours a day, these tidal turbines would not require any storage system, unlike wind or solar installations. The intention is to market them in spare parts, easy to transport and quickly assembled.
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