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READER’S CORNER: Tidal potential strong | The Chronicle Herald – TheChronicleHerald.ca

TheChronicleHerald.caREADER’S CORNER: Tidal potential strong | The Chronicle HeraldTheChronicleHerald.caIn light of the recent news that tidal energy developer OpenHydro is seeking creditor protection, important questions have been raised about the future of tidal …Global Tidal Power Generation Equipments Market Research 2018 : Wordwide Players Tidal Energy, Atlantis …Newszak (blog)Global Marine Power (Wave and Tidal) Market 2017-2026 …The Industry Herald (blog)Tidal Energy Market Size, Share, Development by 2025 – QY Research, Inc.Energy Newsall 5 news articles »

Emera abandons tidal power JV with OpenHydro – Renewables Now

Renewables NowEmera abandons tidal power JV with OpenHydroRenewables NowAugust 14 (Renewables Now) – Canadian energy company Emera Inc (TSE:EMA) has decided to withdraw support for its Cape Sharp Tidal joint venture with OpenHydro Ltd after the latter filed for liquidation last month. Emera says in a statement quoted by …Emera pulls out from troubled Cape Sharp Tidal project | CBC NewsCBC.caEmera Inc. left with no ‘practical choice’ but to pull support from Cape Sharp Tidal projectGlobalnews.caKersplash: there goes tidal generationHalifax ExaminerThe Globe and Mail -Prince George Citizenall 53 news articles »

Emera pulls out from troubled Cape Sharp Tidal project | CBC News – CBC.ca

CBC.caEmera pulls out from troubled Cape Sharp Tidal project | CBC NewsCBC.caThe announcement of Emera’s departure from Cape Sharp Tidal Venture comes weeks after its partner company, OpenHydro, filed for liquidation.Emera Inc. left with no ‘practical choice’ but to pull support from Cape Sharp Tidal projectGlobalnews.caEmera withdrawing from ownerless Cape Sharp projectTheChronicleHerald.caall 5 news articles »

SIMEC Atlantis Energy plans pellet fuel conversion for overseas coal power plants – www.businessgreen.com

www.businessgreen.comSIMEC Atlantis Energy plans pellet fuel conversion for overseas coal power plantswww.businessgreen.comSIMEC Atlantis Energy (SAE), the tidal power firm 50 per cent owned by the industrial player SIMEC, has revealed plans to convert more coal-fired power stations around the world to run on waste-based biofuel pellets. SAE is currently converting the …Simec Atlantis Energy set to award contract for major power station projectinsider.co.ukCapital’s Atlantis Energy powers up in WalesThe ScotsmanCantor Fitzgerald Restated “Buy” Rating For Simec Atlantis Energy Limited Ord Npv Di (LON:SAE); Catalyst Capital …The Cardinal Weekly (press release)Energy Voiceall 19 news articles »

Is tidal power dead in the water? – Halifax Examiner

Halifax ExaminerIs tidal power dead in the water?Halifax ExaminerThe collapse late last month of the French-owned, Irish-based company that has installed tidal turbines three times in the Bay of Fundy continues to reverberate. It is felt most acutely b…

Tender open for Anglesey tidal power project – Place North West

Place North WestTender open for Anglesey tidal power projectPlace North WestA design engineering contract has been launched for the Morlais Demonstration Zone tidal energy project off Anglesey. The procurement process is being run by Menter Môn, a social enterprise that delivers services across North West Wales. The tender is …

EDITORIAL: Tidal power still has a future in Bay of Fundy – TheChronicleHerald.ca

TheChronicleHerald.caEDITORIAL: Tidal power still has a future in Bay of FundyTheChronicleHerald.caAre tidal power prospects in the Bay of Fundy at an ebb? That’s a natural conclusion, given the sudden, shocking decision by OpenHydro’s parent company, Naval Energies of France, to pull the plug on its money-losing, Dublin-based subsidiary last week.Lobster gear destroyed in ‘rush’ to deploy tidal turbine, fishermen’s …CBC.caall 3 news articles »

Nova Scotia’s tidal energy ambitions won’t end with project setback, experts say – CTV News

CTV NewsNova Scotia’s tidal energy ambitions won’t end with project setback, experts sayCTV NewsHALIFAX — Nova Scotia’s bid to become a world leader in tidal energy has been dealt a major setback, but industry experts say a French firm’s decision to pull out of a pioneering Bay of Fundy project may ultimately be good for the emerging industry …Nova Scotia’s tidal energy ambitions won’t end with project setback …The Globe and Mailall 4 news articles »

Nova Scotia’s tidal energy ambitions won’t end with project setback … – The Globe and Mail

The Globe and MailNova Scotia’s tidal energy ambitions won’t end with project setback …The Globe and MailThe province’s bid to become a world leader in tidal energy has been dealt a major setback, but industry experts say a French firm’s decision to pull out of a …Nova Scotia’s tidal energy ambitions won’t end with project setback: expertsCTV NewsNova Scotia’s tidal energy ambitions won’t end with project setback, experts sayTimes Colonistall 4 news articles »

SIMEC Atlantis ready to aid Normandie Hydro tidal demo – Renewables Now

Renewables NowSIMEC Atlantis ready to aid Normandie Hydro tidal demoRenewables NowJuly 27 (Renewables Now) – SIMEC Atlantis Energy Ltd (LON:SAE) is willing to invest alongside existing shareholders in OpenHydro’s 14-MW Normandie Hydro tidal energy demonstration project in French waters. The company, formerly known as Atlantis …