Marine energy sector off North Wales coast can be unleashed with £12m cash boost
The marine energy sector received a major boost today with £12m pumped into a project to exploit potential opportunities off the North Wales coast.
Bangor University’s £17m SEACAMS 2 project, which aims to expand Wales’ marine energy sector over the next four years, has received the cash.
Experts at Bangor and Swansea universities will provide specialist research and development programmes to help businesses exploit commercial opportunities and create new products and patents.
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