UK Tidal Lagoons - What happens next?

Madeleine Cuff
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An artist's impression of the Swansea Bay lagoon wall
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An artist's impression of the Swansea Bay lagoon wall

The Hendry Review today urged government to take the first steps towards building a UK tidal lagoon industry - but what will this involve and will Ministers back the plan?

The publication of the Hendry Review on tidal lagoon power today provided a major boost to an industry some feared could find itself scuppered before it had even set sail. When the government announced...

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