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DP Energy planning £50m tidal energy plant in Antrim

14th January, 2015
Simon De Pietro, chief executive, DP Energy

Cork-based renewable energy firm DP Energy is looking to raise funding to build a £50 million demonstration tidal energy project, ahead of the potential development of a £450 million tidal energy project in Antrim.

The company is also set to expand its Australian business with a large combined wind and solar energy project.

According to Simon De Pietro, DP Energy’s chief executive, the company is actively looking at raising finance from a mix of state...

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