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The history of the renewables industry is littered with technologies and innovations that didn't quite work. The leviathan offshore turbines and low cost, mass manufactured solar panels that are rapidly remaking the global energy market

were preceded by various vertical axis turbines that just didn't work or solar cell chemistries that never caught on. This week's vote of confidence that the marine energy industry is poised to deliver...

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