Atlantis Resources partners with Natural Energy Wyre on new tidal project

Madeleine Cuff
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Artist's impression of the tidal barrier | Credit: Natural Energy Wyre
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Artist's impression of the tidal barrier | Credit: Natural Energy Wyre

Developer to work with Natural Energy Wyre on project to build 160MW tidal plant on the Lancashire coast following positive outcome for tidal under Hendry Review

Marine renewables specialist Atlantis Resources has partnered with fellow clean energy firm Natural Energy Wyre in support of plans to develop a new 160MW tidal energy plant on the Lancashire Coast...

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