Indonesia approves plan to build ‘world’s largest’ tidal power plant

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Date posted08/May/2017
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The government of Indonesia has approved a plan to build the world’s largest tidal power facility. 

The $550m project, known as the Palmerah Tidal Bridge, will be built on a floating 800 metre-long bridge and is expected to deliver enough electricity for 100,000 people in the area. 

Greenpeace has welcomed the project as alternative energy source to coal. 

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