Next wave of Scottish marine energy projects on the horizon

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MCT targets 2013 for UK's first tidal array as Aquamarine awards £4m contract to construct Oyster 2

Scotland's burgeoning marine energy industry received a dual boost yesterday as Aquamarine Power awarded a £4m contract to construct its next-generation Oyster device, and Marine Current Turbines (MCT)...

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