Floating tidal project awards blades contract

Floating tidal project awards blades contract

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    Colin Megson Reply

    How can intelligent engineers, business men and Scottish politicians be allowed to load this renewables-madness onto the backs of electricity bill-payers?

    If it lasts for 25 years, it will generate 160,000 MWh of intermittent electricity. The Scottish Government have handed them £3.4 million of taxpayers’ money, which works out at £21.25/MWh. Presumably OMP investors will be doubling [£42.50/MWh] or trebling [£63.75/MWh] that amount.

    How can any normal, sensible adult believe there is any future for such a technology, when advanced nuclear SMRs will be operational by 2027 and factory produced by 2030 generating 24/7, low-carbon electricity, at a capital cost content of £3.50/MWh.

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