• Tidal currents at the five kilometre wide Minas Passage in Nova Scotia’s Bay of Fundy, Canada.

    “The Bay of Fundy pushes about 160 billion tonnes of water every tide – more than all the freshwater rivers and streams in the world combined. This creates exciting conditions for developers, researchers, and the public to better understand the potential of in-stream tidal technology to deliver clean, renewable power for generations to come.” -Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy

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