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Tidal bore energy was harnessed as far back as the 1960s. It’s predictable, renewable and can produce massive amounts of power; but it’s also costly and damaging

Tidal bore energy: how its harnessed

Tidal bore energy was harnessed as far back as the 1960s. It’s predictable, renewable and can produce massive amounts of power; but it’s also costly and damaging

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The New Economy Awards 2014

We look at the big ideas.

Over the past year, The New Economy has kept a vigilant eye on organisations producing some of the most significant products and services in the most experimental of sectors – paving the way for innovation and progress where it is most needed.

Voting is now closed for The New Economy Awards 2014, but we are delighted to announce that the results will be available in our winter edition, which is out January-February 2015.