Northern Tidal Power Gateway

The Northern Tidal Power Gateway is building momentum for the plan to create a causeway across Morecambe Bay and the Duddon Estuary with tidal power turbines built into these structures to generate renewable electricity equivalent to a small nuclear power station.

On top of the power gateways will be dual carriageways to link Heysham to Furness, and then Furness to Millom opening up new routes to the West Coast of Cumbria and delivering massive infrastructure benefits to the county.

The project will also see the creation of a new industrial base in the North West to supply the turbines for the tidal power gateway, delivering hundreds of high value permanent new jobs alongside the thousands of jobs created by the construction process.

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Business communications professional, MD of Trafalgar PR based in Cumbria, specialist in energy, renewables, nuclear, engineering, defence, construction, infrastructure and film production for web sites and other promotional uses. A former print and broadcasting journalist with more than 30 years's experience in business communications.

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