Has Vattenfall been charmed by Pelamis sea snakes?

Jessica Shankleman
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Swedish utility is expected to sign deal to buy an undisclosed number of Pelamis wave energy units by the end of the year

Ambitious plans to deploy a £60m wave power project off Scotland's Shetland Islands could take a major step forward in the coming weeks if Vattenfall confirms its anticipated investment in the scheme....

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