Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon hits £200m investor milestone

Jessica Shankleman
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Welsh scheme could start construction this summer after reaching major financial milestone

Plans for the UK's first tidal lagoon power plant in Swansea Bay took a major step forward today, after the developers confirmed they had reached its £200m fund-raising target. The goal was achieved...

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