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Tidal Power Firm gets Funding from Scottish Gov't

and Construction Contract ("EPC Contract") for delivery and installation of the subsea hub by the MeyGen project company on the MeyGen project site in the Pentland Firth, Scotland.  The subsea hub, which will be assembled and tested in Scotland, will be installed later this year (2020).Tim Cornelius, CEO of Atlantis, commented: "We are very grateful and appreciative of the Scottish Government's continued support for tidal stream energy by awarding this grant to help fund MeyGen's ongoing expansion. The first of its kind globally, the new subsea hub represents a significant milestone

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Xodus, Atlantis Resources Mulls Japanese Tidal Opportunities

Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) and through the MeyGen project and can rely on the experience of their team to understand the opportunities and challenges of developing a tidal project in Japan. Together, we need to prove tidal energy as a competitive renewable energy source for the country.”Tim Cornelius of Atlantis Resources added, “We are looking forward to working alongside Xodus pursuing development opportunities in this exciting market. This is a continuation of our long-established relationship over many years at the MeyGen project that has seen the tidal stream sector move from demonstrat

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Xodus, Atlantis Resources Pursue Japanese Tidal Projects

Marine Energy Center (EMEC) and through the MeyGen project and can rely on the experience of their team to understand the opportunities and challenges of developing a tidal project in Japan. Together, we need to prove tidal energy as a competitive renewable energy source for the country.”Tim Cornelius of Atlantis Resources added, “We are looking forward to working alongside Xodus pursuing development opportunities in this exciting market. This is a continuation of our long-established relationship over many years at the MeyGen project that has seen the tidal stream sector move from demonstrat

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James Fisher Completes Subsea Cable Deployment at MeyGen

Firth, Scotland. Utilizing specialist in-house expertise from a number of group companies, the integrated solution delivered significant cost benefits and operational efficiencies to MeyGen, through the combination of innovative products and services exclusive to James Fisher, the company said. Tim Cornelius, CEO of the Atlantis group – majority owner of MeyGen, said, “This is an excellent result for the project. By its very nature the offshore site is a challenging tidal environment, and to complete the installation campaign safely and in line with the program is a commendable achievement

Atlantis Resources Joins Ocean Energy Europe Board of Directors

Tim Cornelius, CEO of global tidal developer Atlantis Resources has taken a seat on the Board of Directors of Ocean Energy Europe – the industry group for ocean renewable energy – by becoming a Lead Sponsor of the organization.   Following its acquisition of pioneering tidal company Marine Current Turbines earlier this year, Atlantis Resources now owns one of the largest and most diverse portfolios in the business, with a project pipeline of 600MW. This portfolio includes the 398MW MeyGen project, the world’s largest planned tidal stream array which is currently under constructi

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