Siemens jumps feet first into tidal power with Marine Current Turbines buyout

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German engineering giant to increase stake in tidal developer from 45 to 100 per cent

Siemens has stepped up its support for the SeaGen tidal turbine after announcing it will take complete ownership of Marine Current Turbines (MCT). The engineering giant's new solar and hydro division...

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