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Tidal power is the best option

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Little or no mention was made of tidal power in your article on the energy debate which is unfortunate to say the least. I believe that tidal power could be the eventual winner in the race to supply the cheapest and best renewable energy in the 21st century.

Living in the Bristol area, I have naturally developed a great interest in the Severn scheme being promoted by Severn Tidal Power Group. Bristol University is also conducting research into the Severn scheme.

Please could an update on both the above be given in NCE as viable options to coal, renewables and nuclear.

Geoffrey M Walford (F) gwalford@fish.co.uk

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