Hendry Review on tidal lagoons: The reaction

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Hendry Review on tidal lagoons: The reaction

BusinessGreen rounds up all the industry reaction to the Hendry Review on tidal lagoons, published today

Former Conservative Energy Minister Charles Hendry has today published his long-awaited report on proposals to develop a wave of tidal lagoon projects off the coast of the UK, arguing the government should...

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