Floating tidal turbine makes a splash in Scotland

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Spanish developer Magallanes says trialling prototype at EMEC is first step towards deploying a 350 ton full-scale device

A prototype floating tidal energy turbine is being trialled at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC). Developed by Spanish company Magallanes, the 1:10 scale 'ATIR' device was successfully deployed...

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