Atlantis connects flagship MeyGen tidal project to grid

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Atlantis connects flagship MeyGen tidal project to grid

Scottish tidal array now set to begin delivering first marine power to grid later this year, after passing technical milestone

Marine power firm Atlantis has this week hit a major technical milestone, after it connected its flagship MeyGen tidal array project to a distribution network via an underground power export cable...

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