Former Tory energy minister Charles Hendry to head tidal lagoon review

Madeleine Cuff
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Former Tory energy minister Charles Hendry to head tidal lagoon review

Energy expert and retired politician will lead review into the potential for tidal lagoons in UK

A government review into the potential of tidal lagoon technologies across the UK will be led by former Conservative energy minister Charles Hendry, the government announced late last week. Hendry,...

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