In pictures: Edinburgh's new marine power test facility

Jessica Shankleman
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University unveils new water tank to test renewable energy devices in real world conditions

Look through the pictures to see Edinburgh University's new £9.5m FloWave Ocean Research Energy Facility in action.

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