Bay of Fundy turbines deployment moves on

Bay of Fundy tidal turbines installation will continue until the next February, following the decision of Justice ...

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Innovacorp opens ocean tech start-ups funding competition

Innovacorp has opened a new competition called Spark West to identify and provide seed capital for start-ups in ...

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Nova Scotia to host energy and innovation summit

Mi’kmaq Wind Management, a company collectively owned by all 13 Mi’kmaq Band Councils within Nova Scotia, will be ...

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OERA seeks tidal research proposals

Canada-based Offshore Energy Research Association (OERA) has opened a funding call for research proposals in the ...

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NS: Students get to feel the FORCE

Several students across Nova Scotia will get a chance to work in the ocean-related energy industries through the ...

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Cape Sharp Tidal targets June deployment

Nova Scotia-based Cape Sharp Tidal plans to install the first tidal turbine in the Bay of Fundy at the end of June.

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Michel Samson: The tremendous opportunity of tidal

Nova Scotia Energy Minister, Michel Samson, shares his views on the opportunities the emerging tidal energy sector ...

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NS Budget 2016 sets aside funding for tidal energy

The Government of Nova Scotia has announced budget for 2016-2017, which includes funding designated for the ...

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VIDEO: Floating EcoSPRAY moors turbulent tides

Check out the video showing the recently deployed EcoSPRAY marine structure designed to gather data in order to ...

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Nova Scotia, Scotland hand in hand for tidal

The collaboration between Nova Scotia and Scotland on developing global tidal energy sector has been highlighted ...

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Nova Scotia to strengthen tidal legislation

The Government of Nova Scotia plans to introduce amendments to tidal energy legislation in an effort to strengthen ...

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Canada: Nova Scotia launches new electricity plan

Nova Scotia government has introduced a new electricity plan that will have more predictable power rates, more ...

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Cape Sharp Tidal to hold public meetings

Cape Sharp Tidal will hold four open house meetings over the next few weeks, in preparation for its upcoming ...

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Nova Scotia: Technology start-up competition launched

Nova Scotia start-ups have a chance to compete for up to $170,000 (C$ 225,000) through Innovacorp’s ...

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Digby Port Days centers on renewable energy

This years Digby Port Days and Renewable Energy Symposium will feature some of the regional and international ...

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Nova Scotia ends COMFIT program

Nova Scotia’s government has decided to end the community feed-in tariff (COMFIT) program after a review that began ...

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Nova Scotia, British Columbia reaffirm tidal partnership

Nova Scotia and British Columbia have renewed their partnership in order to advance Canada’s marine renewable ...

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International collaboration to advance Nova Scotia’s tidal

Nova Scotia is boosting its tidal industry with two new international research grants. The two projects, worth ...

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Nova Scotia company inks $4.7 mln tidal contract

Hawboldt Industries has secured a deal with Cape Sharp Tidal to supply equipment that will be used for turbine ...

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MRC gets CAD 100 K for tidal supply chain workshops

Marine Renewables Canada (MRC) is setting up workshops on locations across Nova Scotia for companies interested in ...

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Nova Scotia introduces tidal legislation

Government of Nova Scotia has introduced a new legislation that will regulate the development of marine renewable ...

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