Atlantis proposes £20m share issue in support of expansion plans

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Renewables developer to raise funds in support of waste to energy and marine energy expansion plans

Atlantis Resources is set to continue with its expansion push after today proposing a fresh share issue to raise up to £20m in support of its latest waste-to-energy and marine energy plans. The UK-based...

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