Atlantis Resources: Turning the tide for marine energy

Madeleine Cuff
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Pioneers of tidal stream turbines, and winner of a BusinessGreen Technology Award, dives into 2017 with ambitious plans to expand Meygen array and diversify into non-tidal projects

You might think that after supervising the installation and connection of the world's largest tidal energy array last year, clean energy developers Atlantis Resources might be tempted to take a breather....

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