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A new tidal energy project just hit a major milestone in Scotland

Underwater turbines will generate energy and help to preserve Scotland's natural beauty. Image: Unsplash/Daniil Vnoutchkov

Charlotte Edmond

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Each turbine sits on a foundation weighing between 250 and 350 tonnes, coupled with 6 ballast blocks weighing 1,200 tonnes. Image: SIMEC Atlantis Energy
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