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Tidal energy - Dugald Clerk lecture, London

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02 February 2015

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ICE runs a series of prestige lectures throughout the year which provide a valuable source of knowledge for our members. The Dugald Clerk lecture was instituted in 1938 following a bequest made by Sir Dugald Clerk (1854-1932), a former ICE Vice-President.

The lecture is given on subjects connected with mechanical engineering and/or water or coastal structures, and has become ICE’s prestige lecture for the water sector, alternating each year with the Vernon Harcourt lecture.

This years lecture is on tidal energy, focusing on related aspects including tidal lagoons, barrages, tidal stream and inland generation.


  • Prof Roger A Falconer DSc(Eng) FREng FICE

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Claire Miller