New Edinburgh arm to open more markets for tidal developer

  The Scotsman 

Atlantis Resources, the tidal energy company behind the ground-breaking MeyGen project in the Pentland Firth, has set up a new division in a bid to extend its skill-base. ▶ Full story on scotsman.com

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