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By Paul Homewood The project would see energy produced for 14 out of every 24 hours, according to TLP We are well aware of the problems of intermittency with the proposed tidal lagoon…Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/Flnik
Charles Hendry, former energy secretary, published his long awaited report on the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon power station last week coming down in favour of the project. Hendry’s report is com…
Tidal lagoons could generate 8% of the UK's electricity, writes Stephen Tindale, and go on doing so for 120 years to come. With the Hinkley C nuclear project looking ever more dicey, and with promises to shut down coal fired generation by 2025, a promised new tidal lagoon In Swansea Bay would come...
The massive Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon energy project has received the cautious support of local wildlife trusts – but only if comprehensive research into the likely effects on bird and fish habitats is completed first.
UK ministers should "stop dithering" and approve plans for a £1.3bn tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay, Labour says.
RenewableUK calls the UK "the undisputed global leader in marine energy." If plans for a tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay go ahead, that claim will be reinforced. Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay would be the world’s first man-made energy-generating lagoon and could power over 155,000 homes.
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