Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! I propose a renewable energy scheme where a tidal lagoon is partitioned into a ‘high’ lagoon and a ‘low’ lagoon by a dividing wall, which houses turbines which continuously generate power as sea water flows from the high lagoon to the low lagoon. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! Operation At high tide, the sea-gates of the high lagoon are opened and the high lagoon is filled up to high tide level. When the ebb tide begins, the sea-gates of the high lagoon are closed and remain closed until the next high tide. At low tide, the sea-gates of the low lagoon are opened and the low lagoon is emptied to low tide level. When the flood tide begins, the sea-gates of the low lagoon are closed and remain closed until the next low tide. The sea-gates are functionally identical to one-way flap valves and may be engineered as such. Baseload The Double Tidal Lagoon Baseload Scheme delivers a genuine baseload generation capability which can’t be delivered by inferior single tidal lagoon schemes as proposed by Tidal Lagoon PLC, as explained in the critical review in Energy Matters, “Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon and Baseload Tidal Generation in the UK”.