Scottish Government revives £10m tidal energy fund

Michael Holder
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Nova Innovation is one of several tidal energy developers in Scotland | Credit: Nova Innovation
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Nova Innovation is one of several tidal energy developers in Scotland | Credit: Nova Innovation

Original Saltire Prize ran from 2008 to 2017, but no one claimed the £10m prize fund

The Scottish Government yesterday re-launched a £10m prize fund to boost commercial prospects for tidal energy in Scotland, as recent advances in tidal technologies have sparked renewed investor interest...

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