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Feds invest $9.4M in Atlantic Canada tidal energy projects

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Renewable energy source has the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by replacing electricity generated from fossil fuels.

HALIFAX — The federal government is investing $9.4-million in four projects that will generate energy from ocean tides and currents in Atlantic Canada.

Tidal energy as a renewable energy has the potential to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by replacing electricity generated from fossil fuels.

The investments include:

The first project was funded through Natural Resources Canada’s (NRCan) Energy Innovation Program.

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The second project was funded through NRCan’s Clean Growth Program.

Funding for the remaining projects comes from NRCan’s Emerging Renewables Power Program.

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