Bryan Rendall features on BBC News
5 September 2013
BBC Breakfast visit the European Marine Energy Centre in Stromness, Orkney.
Jenny Hill, reporter for BBC Breakfast, was in the county earlier this week reporting on the marine renewables industry which is evolving in Orkney. As well as interviewing Neil Kermode, EMEC’s managing director, she visited the Billia Croo test site to speak to Bryan Rendall of Bryan J Rendall Electrical Ltd who has seen his business expand significantly as the marine renewables industry has developed on the islands. Jenny also met with tidal energy developers Scotrenewables Tidal Power Ltd, getting up close to the SR250 device at Hatston Pier.
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Follow the link to this morings (15/4/15) Radio Orkney featuring our very own Director Bryan
EMEC has generated green hydrogen gas demonstrating potential for a clean replacement for polluting fuels