Funds are needed to prevent Tidal Lagoon Power’s development consent expiring in June
Feed-in tariff subsidies must not be abandoned, writes Sandra Walmsley, while Gaynor Adey says the UK government should look again at the Swansea Bay tidal projectNicholas Stern suggests that strong political will is needed...
The rejected Welsh tidal power scheme is a missed opportunity on many fronts, says the chair of the planning inspectors who studied the proposalThe rejection by ministers of the proposed Swansea Bay tidal lagoon (Report,...
Ministers’ decision to shelve a pioneering wave power scheme in Swansea Bay is based on evidence – but also ideologyThe UK government’s decision to shelve plans to build the world’s first tidal lagoon off Swansea...
Countries around the world are closely following the UK’s decision on tidal power, writes Nicholas SternYou reported that the government is planning to reject the Swansea Bay tidal power lagoon because it is considered...
Howard Hardman suggests dumping the big six to stop the drilling; Austen Lynch says Lancashire’s fracking wells won’t provide much of an energy dividend; Neil Anderson on France’s tidal power station successThe news...
Government funding delay for £1.3bn scheme may force firm to lay off staff within weeks
Survey by Energy Institute finds industry professionals think policy is ‘on pause’ and warn Brexit is ‘material concern’
Ministers urged to give go ahead to tidal energy scheme as doubts grow over Hinkley Point nuclear power station
Withdrawing government investment from the £1bn clean energy project would be ‘utter madness’, says Tim Farron
Government negotiations over financing means project may not produce power until 2021, a year later than originally planned
Critics have dubbed it Britain’s ‘pottiest’ renewable energy plan, but supporters of the controversial tidal lagoon project say it can revitalise the area
Lawyers are looking into awarding of £300m sea wall project to China Harbour Engineering Company after complaint from Belgian contractor
Realisation of ambitious £1bn construction project, subject of vocal and high-profile opposition, will depend on subsidies from government
Ambitious project, which has several vocal and high-profile opponents to its construction, will depend on government granting subsidies to be realised
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