Photo of the North Wales Chronicle's first page, featuring Minesto's Deep Green and and article on Holyhead Deep

Albert Owen MP: This bodes well for the future

April 21, 2017

In yesterday's edition of the North Wales Chronicle, in an article reporting on the news that Minesto has recieved a Marine License for the first installation in Holyhead Deep, Ynys Môn MP Albert Owen commented the recent progress and was quoted saying: 

"This is exciting news for Anglesey and a positive development that could see our island become a global leader in marine tidal technology.

"I have long advocated a diverse mix of energy sources, with renewables such as Minesto's project, playing an important part.

"It is important we have the skills and jobs in the area and that we benefit from the natural resources of our island, this bodes well for the future."

The Mayor of Holyhead, Ann Kennedy is also quoted in the article, saying: "We are supportive of this development and the opportunity of employment and new skills coming to the area".