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The tide is the most powerful engine on Earth.

The force of gravity drives this engine.

This infinite natural resource is ours to utilize.

Tidal Power offers an inexpensive source of perpetual energy, waiting to go to work, forever.

All the energy we could ever use is right in front of our eyes.

Tidal Power is the primal source, an untapped gift of nature with infinite potential.

There are a lot of reasons why the energy of the tide has never been widely utilized, ranging from bad designs to lack of understanding.

The idea that we can simply harness the tide to produce cheap electricity seems so simple and obvious it can’t be real, it's just too good to be true.

If Tidal Power is this easy, why hasn't it been done?

No one has yet developed an efficient, consistently productive design.

Shoreline Earth Tidal Power Generator #1 will consistently produce 5Mw for less than $1 million per Mw, while wind power installations, after decades of R&D, still cost upwards of $1.5 million per Mw.

#1 will evolve into an inexpensive, highly efficient, easily installed, plug and play power source for coastal locations around the world.

More importantly, the success of generator #1 will stimulate further development in the field of Tidal Power.

I expect my early concepts to be obsolete within a few years, as fresh young minds expand the idea, and improve the design.

Looking forward twenty years, undersea generators will be ubiquitous.

We cannot over-utilize this natural resource.

Nothing is consumed, no pollution is produced, and there is no noise.

Unlike wind generators, #1 sits silently on the sea bottom, out of sight, out of mind.

Think about it.

The most powerful engine on this planet surrounds us, ready to fulfill our energy needs.



Hi, I'm Steve Smyth.
1947, Baby Boomer, Pure Product of America.

smythspace at gmail dot com 


Aside to those with a 'twas a glorious time' print.

That phrase is used around the waterfront in Gloucester, Ma.

It refers to a time when there were so many fishing schooners in Gloucester Harbor that old timers, known as 'the finest kind', claim you could walk across from boat to boat without getting wet.

Simply step from one schooner to another.


This is Lynn, Mass, USA.
Future home of Shoreline Earth Tidal Power Generator #1.
The view will not change.