Having turned down state funding for Swansea Bay project, can the UK still become a world leader in tidal energy technology?
The government's rejection of plans for a tidal energy project in Swansea Bay yesterday was undoubtedly a massive disappointment for the UK renewables sector, even if press stories for months prior to...
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