New partnership aims to turbocharge UK tidal energy industry

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Ian Blackford, the SNP leader in Westminster, and MPs Steven Flynn, Alan Brown and Deidre Block visit Nova's headquarters in Leith, Scotland | Credit:Nova Innovation
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Ian Blackford, the SNP leader in Westminster, and MPs Steven Flynn, Alan Brown and Deidre Block visit Nova's headquarters in Leith, Scotland | Credit:Nova Innovation

The deployment of UK-built tidal turbines will boost the development of a tidal stream site off the coast of Scotland

Two of the UK's leading tidal energy developers have partnered to deliver turbines at the MeyGen site off the coast of Scotland in a bid to boost the country's tidal industry. Tidal energy developer...

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