UK Makes Use Of The Power Of Tides

green power, Tides
Cornwall peninsula (the UK), famous for its powerful tides, is to become known for the green power project soon. Nowadays, a tidal power plant is being built there, and by 2050 the fully implemented project is to generate 27 gigawatts of energy substituting approximately eight medium-sized coal-fired plants. The total cost of the plant is to top 15 billion pounds sterling, which will begin to get paid back as early as in the nest two-three years. One more good thing is that the project creators promise to take care of the marine life around the peninsula, covering the blades with the grid.

alternative energy, Tides

green energy, Tides

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