Can a lifeline be found for embattled Normandie Hydro tidal energy project?

Michael Holder
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OpenHydro turbine technology | Credit: OpenHydro
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OpenHydro turbine technology | Credit: OpenHydro

Naval Energies pulls plug on tidal business citing lack of commercial prospects, leaving uncertain future for flagship French pilot project

The shock exit of renewables firm Naval Energies from the tidal energy market last week has plunged into uncertainty a "novel" French government-backed pilot project off the cost of Normandy the company...

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