Situated on the northwestern of Taiwan, the Matsu archipelago is close territory China and includes four islands: Nangan, Beigan, Juguang, and Dongyin. The populace of Matsu sums 11,196 and is mostly focused on Nangan and Beigan. From 1971 to 2000, Matsu assembled five oil-let go control plants with an aggregate introduced limit of 47 MW. Be that as it may, the discharges and clamor created by the oil-let go control plant has caused harm to Matsu’s condition, and the expense of fuel is high because of the long-remove shipping from Taiwan.
Creating sustainable power source in Matsu has in this way been an intense point for the Taiwan government, and tidal power is viewed as of the most astounding need because of Matsu’s extensive tidal range (4.29 m in normal) and its semidiurnal tide. In addition, the islands of Nangan and Beigan are made out of stone and have regular harbors, rendering them perfect spots for beach front building of tidal power plants. This paper starts with a sustainable power source holds evaluation in Matsu to decide the measure of tidal vitality. Next, a tidal turbine kind of the most reduced expense is picked, and after that its dynamic trademark, execution, and related plan are investigated. At long last, the beach front building condition was examined, and a reasonable structure for tidal power plant is proposed.