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Scottish Tidal Power Technology Escapes To China

The Guardian has an article on no-defunct Scottish tidal power company Pelamis - Mysterious factory break-in raises suspicions about Chinese visit. It was an unusual burglary, in which four or five laptops were stolen from a Scottish renewable energy manufacturer in the dead of a March night in 2011. So innovative was the company that it had been been visited by a 60-strong delegation led by China’s then vice-premier only two months before.
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