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    The Port of Blyth boasts a world-class research hub for offshore renewable energy. Cambois, just a few miles north, is the landing point for a sub-sea electricity cable from Norway, and the proposed site of an electric car battery factory. The FT’s Leslie Hook visits these projects as the UK prepares to host the COP26 climate talks

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