Overview of Tidal Energy with its Benefits and Drawbacks


  • Shivam Dixit
  • Prof. Pankaj Badgaiyan




Tidal Energy, Tides, Barrages, tidal streams, energy generator, tidal lagoons.


The Tidal power is a type of hydropower that captures the power of the tides to generate electricity and perhaps other sources of energy. Tidal power, while not widely been using presently, it has potential to deliver electricity in the upcoming years. Tidal energy is a type of gravitational hydropower that uses flow of water to accelerate a turbine as well as generate energy. Researchers have discussed the various types of tidal energy and also the performance of various researchers in this field in this article.


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Author Biographies

Shivam Dixit

M.Tech Scholar

Department of Energy Technology

Truba Institute of Engineering & Information Technology

Bhopal, M.P, India

Prof. Pankaj Badgaiyan

Assistant Professor

Department of Energy Technology

Truba Institute Of Engineering & Information Technology

 Bhopal, M.P, India


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How to Cite

Dixit, S. ., & Badgaiyan, P. P. . (2021). Overview of Tidal Energy with its Benefits and Drawbacks. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJOSCIENCE, 7(12), 75–80. https://doi.org/10.24113/ijoscience.v7i12.470