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Underwater turbine could stoke need for workers with electrical courses expertis

The need for technicians who have completed electrical courses could become greater following a landmark moment for the giant underwater turbine SeaGen.

This huge facility has been operating for 24 months and created enough power for 1,500 homes to live on for two years, with the structure generating this energy using tidal technology.

Owners of the turbine Marine Current Turbines is already looking at creating a new tidal farm off the coast of Anglesey, which could lead to greater demand for people who have taken electrical courses to work on the facility.

"SeaGen remains the world's most powerful tidal turbine and after two years of development and successful operation it is ready to be deployed on a commercial basis," technical director of the firm Peter Fraenkel was quoted as saying.

The Holyhead and Anglesey Mail recently noted that a