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Tidal Lagoon Plans Marine Project to Power Every Home in Wales
(Bloomberg) -- Tidal Lagoon Power Ltd., a U.K. marine-energy developer, is planning its second project, a 2.8-gigawatt power plant that will use the tides to generate enough electricity for every home in Wales.
Should the UK be subsidising the world's first tidal lagoons?  
Could all of Wales run just on tidal power?  
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Bill Gates has once again topped Forbes magazine's annual ranking of global billionaires. It's the second time in a row that the Microsoft founder has been crowned the world's richest person, and the 16th time in the past 21 years.
(Adds details, analyst comments, share reaction). By Aastha Agnihotri. March 2 (Reuters) - British chocolate maker Thorntons Plc said its profit fell 10 percent in the first half due to an unexpected cut in orders from two of its grocery partners and warehousing ...
(Bloomberg) -- Lloyd's of London insurers Amlin Plc and Hiscox Ltd. both said they have enough scale to stay independent and see no need to find a buyer amid a flurry of deals in the industry.
Marks and Spencer has apologised for banning the words 'gay' and 'Jesus Christ' from being used in personalised gift messages.
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