Green light for £60m Pembrokeshire marine energy project

The project is expected to generate £73.5m a year for the Swansea Bay’s economy

Swansea tidal power project seeks £1.2m to keep afloat

The UK Government refused to back the tidal project last year, saying using public funds for the project could not be justified

Floating island of 1,000 homes part of revived Swansea tidal lagoon plan

The Dragon Energy Island project would generate a combination of marine, solar and hydrogen energy

Swansea seeks private partners to revive tidal lagoon project

The UK Government refused to back Tidal Lagoon Power’s project earlier this year

‘BEIS statement on tidal lagoons was designed to mislead’

Tidal Lagoon Power said the government’s assessment of Swansea Bay’s costs have not been accurately calculated

Greg Clark’s Swansea Bay tidal lagoon briefing ‘very misleading’

Developer Tidal Lagoon Power says the project in Wales will be much cheaper than Hinkley Point C nuclear power station

UK Government refuses to back £1.3bn Swansea Bay tidal lagoon project

It said using public funds for the project could not be justified

Welsh Government offers £200m for Swansea Bay tidal project

First Minister Carwyn Jones said the project can only proceed if the UK Government commits to an “appropriate” contract for difference arrangement

MPs to probe government’s Swansea Bay tidal considerations

They have criticised the government on the failure to reach a decision on whether it will support the project

Wales offers to directly invest in Swansea Bay lagoon

The Welsh Government has offered to invest in the £1.3 billion Swansea Tidal Lagoon project. The money is intended to kickstart plans for the clean project nearly a year after the Hendry Review backed it as a cost-effective pilot to test the technology – the local council has set up a clock to track the […]