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Many varying forms of large-scale renewables projects have been built all over the world, but no one has been commercially successful in harnessing the power of the sea.

 

Atlantis Resource's "MeyGen" tidal energy project is the worlds largest tidal energy plant which is currently under construction in the Pentland Firth (located between mainland Scotland and Orkney). The project uses 1.5 MW turbines with 16m rotor diameter turbines submerged on the seabed. The Pentland Firth experiences one of the largest tidal surges in the world, and without fail, there are two high tides and two low tides every day. Recent trials have proved successful and breaking world records for tidal energy.

 

https://www.atlantisresourcesltd.com/

 

The stock price has struggled in the last six months despite positive trials. I would be grateful for the community's thoughts on this technology and company as a potential market leader. I personally feel that the concept has huge potential, but I currently lack insight into the company to make this a speculative buy.

 

Best Wishes

 

Greg

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