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Scotland unveiled the world's first large-scale tidal energy farm. I am so disappointed in the USA and my home state of California. Why aren't we going all out to have something like this off the coast of California?I am guessing it may be a “Not In My Back Yard” phenomenon, in which new things are a great idea except that I don’t want the wind turbine, oil well derrick, or skateboard park for local kids spoiling my view out the rec room window. Or, perhaps the wave forms they can use in Scotland are different than the ones off the California coast, or people are waiting to see if this first one in Scotland is successful before investing in other ones, or simply waiting to let Scotland find out about (and spend the money to fix) problems and glitches first before investing in this technology closer to home. Looking into it a little further, it looks like a couple of the early companies involved in this research and development ran into financial problems and ended up going out of business- perhaps this has also led to people being cautious about further investment. For example, a wave farm project off of Reedsport, Oregon ground to a halt in 2013 due to legal and technical problems, and a project in Scotland went out of operation in 2014 for financial reasons (both during the Obama presidency- couldn’t resist). Other projects are continuing in the United States, for example, at least on a demonstration level such as in Hawaii via the Hawaii Natural Energy Institute venture with the US Navy.