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Alicia Hull on tidal energy being more efficient than nuclear, Liam O’Keeffe underlines its benefits, and Sue Roaf shines a light on solarIn his letter, Jim Waterton (30 June) protests too much...
Tidal power is the only renewable source derived from the moon. Now an extraordinary array of devices promise to unlock this vital energy potential
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,...
‘Disastrous decisions’ such as Heathrow expansion and rejection of Swansea tidal lagoon spark concern over government direction
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...
Nation is a leader in capturing tidal and wave energy, but companies are starting to leave due to lack of government support
Fictional Leros | Tidal power in the 18th century | Feast | AA salute | Interpreters v translatorsFurther to your travel feature on the Greek island of Leros (9 June), may I recommend to your readers Four’s Destiny: A Wartime...
Fresh offer of ‘substantial investment’ from Welsh first minister raises hope for clean energy plan getting a green light from Westminster
First to be threatened by climate change, island nations want renewable energy, even if it costs them more
Despite past failures and high costs, wave power companies are pushing ahead with research trials
Record year for renewables also sees financial investment by developing countries overtake that of the developed world in 2015, research shows
Plans to generate energy from Swansea Bay lagoon are further delayed as UK energy minister announces wider review of the sector
Withdrawing government investment from the £1bn clean energy project would be ‘utter madness’, says Tim Farron
Gupta family’s investment of around £10m will finance development of the technology in the UK and India
A company called Carnegie Wave Energy is pushing the boundaries of wave-energy technology, and Australian island and coastal communities could be the first to take advantage of it
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