Could Swansea Bay turn the UK into a tidal energy powerhouse?

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Tidal Lagoon Power poised to submit planning application that could bring a world-leading tidal power project to South Wales after all

South Wales' long-standing hopes of becoming a global hub for the emerging tidal energy industry look to have finally been laid to rest last year, when MP's again voiced opposition towards ambitious plans...

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