Tidal Power Fuels Britain’s National Grid

[Telegraph.co.uk] Tidal power has been harnessed to generate electricity for Britain’s National Grid for the first time, it has been announced. The move has been hailed as a milestone in the development of marine energy, which could provide up to a fifth of Britain’s electricity needs.
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