Engineers accused of taking ‘tidal reef’ idea in Severn estuary competition – guardian.co.uk

John Vidal reports at guardian.co.uk

Decc rejects proposal from Rupert Armstrong-Evans but accepts very similar project from Rolls-Royce and WS Atkins….

Rupert Armstrong-Evans, who pioneered renewable energy in Britain and now runs a marine engineering firm in Cornwall, spent 18 months researching the idea of a 12-mile long “tidal reef” for the estuary…………

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