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Finnish utility Fortum has signed a breakthrough deal to deploy an array of full-scale wave power devices at the £30m ($47m) Wave Hub testing centre off south-west England, joining the UK’s Seatricity and the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) as first leaseholders at the four-berth offshore facility.

Fortum takes Wave Hub berth

Finnish utility Fortum has signed a breakthrough deal to deploy an array of full-scale wave power devices at the £30m ($47m) Wave Hub testing centre off south-west England, joining the UK’s Seatricity and the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) as first leaseholders at the four-berth offshore facility.

Finnish utility Fortum has signed a breakthrough deal to deploy an array of full-scale wave power devices at the £30m ($47m) Wave Hub testing centre off south-west England, joining the UK’s Seatricity and the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) as first leaseholders at the four-berth offshore facility.