BRTP to Demonstrate Tidal Technology at FORCE (Canada)

BLACK ROCK TIDAL POWER has been awarded one of only two demonstration berths by the Nova Scotia government. The Honourable Andrew Younger, Minister of Energy announecd BRTP at the Nova Scotia Comunity College in Dartmouth on Friday.

The company will showcase its innovative technology at the Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE), Canada’s leading research centre for in-stream tidal energy, located in the Bay of Fundy.

Nova Scotia is an international leader in tidal power and BRTP is honored to have been selected to demonstrate their innovative technology. They believe this will change the way the world looks at tidal power.

“We are pleased to welcome OpenHydro and Black Rock Tidal Power and their innovative technologies to Nova Scotia, a global centre of excellence for tidal energy development,” said Younger. “I’m committed to advancing the tidal sector and FORCE plays an important role by providing the platform for industry leaders to develop and test their technology in one of the best tidal resources in the world. Our investments today are shaping the new tidal sector of tomorrow.”

Press Release, March 31, 2014

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