Tidal energy 'fence' proposed for Bristol Channel

Madeleine Cuff
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Kepler Energy is now raising funds to build a £143m tidal fence in the Bristol Channel

A planned 'fence' to tap the tidal power potential of the Bristol Channel could be up and running by 2020/21, according to developers Kepler Energy. The 30MW fence would stretch one kilometre from Aberthaw...

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