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    Maximum available wind (567 MW)

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    Wind is helping us achieve our renewable energy goals, but we can't always count on it. Sometimes it's so windy that it's unsafe to operate the turbines. Other times, it's simply not a windy day.

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    Where we make electricity in Nova Scotia

    There are over 100 renewable energy sites in Nova Scotia.

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    Maritime Link

    The Maritime Link will deliver clean, renewable and reliable electricity from Newfoundland and Labrador to Nova Scotia and reduce the use of fossil fuels and exposure to unpredictable oil and solid fuel prices.

    More details on Maritime Link

    Cape Sharp Tidal

    A safe, reliable and sustainable way to generate power, in-stream tidal energy in the Bay of Fundy is opening new doors in the renewable energy sector. Cape Sharp Tidal's first 2MW turbine is now producing enough power for 500 homes. In 2017, it will be joined by a second 2MW turbine, making it one of the largest generating instream tidal arrays in the world. The completed 4MW demonstration project will displace the need to burn about 2,000 tonnes of coal, and eliminate 6,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas (GHG) C02 emissions-the equivalent of taking 1,000 cars off the road each year.

    Cape Sharp Tidal Venture:
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    Cape Sharp Tidal Development:
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    www.capesharptidal.com

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