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Growing The Marine Energy Supply Chain In Wales / Gareth Potter, Tracy Tunstall, John Chapman, Ian Masters

Educational Alternatives, Volume: 12, Issue: 1314-7277

Swansea University Author: Ian Masters

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To mitigate Climate Change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Europe is currently the World leader for exploiting one of the most significant sources of global untapped renewable energy; energy from our oceans.Within Europe, the UK is foremost to establish a sustainable marine energy industry, thr...

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Published: 2014
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