Tidal energy could power giant Thames Estuary airport

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Norman Foster's plans for a new £50bn aviation, rail and communications hub features 5km long tidal array

A £5bn tidal energy scheme forms the centrepiece of hugely ambitious £50bn redevelopment plans for the Thames Estuary, which were unveiled yesterday by celebrated architect Norman Foster. The Thames...

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