Marine 'screening' a waste of time

May 2008
Utility Week;5/9/2009, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p12
Trade Publication
The article deals with the disappointment expressed by the Renewable Energy Association (REA) over plans to assess the marine renewables potential of English and Wales waters. According to British climate change minister Lord Hunt, screening exercises will be started to help understand the energy potential of marine energy devices. Steph Merry of REA emphasizes the need for the timescale to be expedited.


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