"Marine Renewable Energy is a key pillar of our clean energy plan”

Nova Scotia Energy and Mines Minister Derek Mombourquette

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"Tidal energy remains a significant opportunity for businesses and workers in Nova Scotia"

Nova Scotia Energy and Mines Minister Derek Mombourquette

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"Projects like this will solidify Nova Scotia’s position as a leader in the development of tidal technology"

Nova Scotia Energy and Mines Minister Derek Mombourquette

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"This achievement strengthens Nova Scotia's position as a national leader in fighting climate change"

Nova Scotia Energy and Mines Minister Derek Mombourquette

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"Testing technology in the Bay of Fundy’s unique marine environment will help spur innovation and competition"

Nova Scotia Energy and Mines Minister Derek Mombourquette

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The Power of the Tides

Latest News stories from Sustainable Marine Energy

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SME reveals plans for 9MW Pempa’q Tidal Energy Project
September 30th, 2019

Sustainable Marine Energy (SME) and Minas Tidal LP (MTLP) have agreed to co-develop their adjacent berths at the Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE) and will utilise SME’s PLAT-I floating in-stream tidal energy technology to deliver up to 9MW of tidal energy to the Nova Scotia grid.

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Anchors aweigh in fishfarms with the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre
June 12th, 2019

SME is leading a consortium of engineering experts in Scotland who are developing an innovative new anchoring technology for the aquaculture industry which could enhance the sector’s environmental impact and support its ambitions for long-term sustainable growth.

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Results of First Phase PLAT-I Testing at Grand Passage
June 6th, 2019

Sustainable Marine Energy has recently concluded the first phase of testing of their 280kW floating, instream, tidal energy platform in Grand Passage (between Long Island and Brier Island, in Digby County, Nova Scotia).

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