Funding pulled from its Dublin-based OpenHydro, the key backer of the province’s Cape Sharp Tidal.
$150,000 offered to support five projects involving one of Canada’s largest aquatic research facilities.
Cape Sharp Tidal instream turbine links to the province’s power grid.
Cape Sharp Tidal will connect it to the power grid to generate electricity.
Cape Sharp to further consult with stakeholders about impact on the ecosystem.
Next generation projects built to withstand Bay of Fundy force.
MOU says provinces will share research and related technology.
A release of hydrazine occurred Nov. 3 from a valve located on the non-nuclear side of the station.
Nova Scotia has set a target to replace 10% of the province’s current power supply with tidal energy over the next decade to reduce fossil fuel consumption.