Bilbster
3°14′W / 58.45°N 03.23°W / 58.45; -03.23Bilbster is a quiet rural area in the Scottish Highland region on the A882 road, containing a handful of houses spread over approximate...
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Pates Hill Wind Farm
Pates Hill Wind Farm is located near the village of West Calder in West Lothian, Scotland. It consists of 7 Vestas V-80 wind turbines, measuring 107 metres to the blade tip. It became operational in...
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Lanark Hydro Electric Scheme
The Lanark Hydro Electric Scheme refers to two hydroelectric plants in the Clydesdale area of South Lanarkshire, Scotland. They take in water from the Falls of Clyde.The two plants are known as Bonnin...
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Cockenzie power station
Cockenzie power station is a closed coal-fired power station in East Lothian, Scotland. It is situated on the south shore of the Firth of Forth, near the town of Cockenzie and Port Seton, 8 mi (1...
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Arecleoch Wind Farm
Arecleoch Wind Farm is a 60 turbine wind farm in South Ayrshire, Scotland with a total capacity of 120 megawatts (MW), enough to power over 67,000 homes. Construction started in 2009 and it was commis...
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Cruachan Dam
The Cruachan Power Station (also known as the Cruachan Dam) is a pumped-storage hydroelectric power station in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. The turbine hall is located inside Ben Cruachan, and the schem...
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PowerBuoy
PowerBuoy is a power station for generating electrical energy from wave power. It is a point absorber or buoy, currently in-use or in-planning at 9 locations around the world, but primarily within Aus...
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Neart Na Gaoithe
Neart Na Gaoithe ("strength of the wind" in Gaelic) is a proposed a £1.4bn offshore wind farm with a potential capacity of 450 MW in the outer Firth of Forth, 30 km north of Torness. It is being ...
Aegir wave farm
The Aegir wave farm was a planned wave farm off the south west of Shetland. The project was developed by Aegir Wave Power, a 2009 formed joint venture of Vattenfall and the wave power technology deve...
Pelamis Wave Energy Converter
The Pelamis Wave Energy Converter is a technology that uses the motion of ocean surface waves to create electricity. The machine is made up of connected sections which flex and bend as waves pass; it ...
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Affric-Beauly hydro-electric power scheme
The Affric / Beauly hydro-electric power scheme for the generation of hydro-electric power is located in the western Highlands of Scotland. It is based around Glen Strathfarrar, Glen Cannich and Glen...
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Gigha
The Isle of Gigha (/ˈɡiːə/; Scottish Gaelic: Giogha) is a small island off the west coast of Kintyre in Scotland. The island forms part of Argyll and Bute and has a usually resident population of...
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Siadar Wave Power Station
The Siadar Wave Power Station (also known as Siadar Wave Energy Project or SWEP) was a proposed 4 MW wave farm 400 metres (1,300 ft) off the shore of Siadar Bay, in Lewis, Scotland. The £30...
Hadyard Hill Wind Farm
Hadyard Hill Wind Farm is located in Carrick district of South Ayrshire. Costing £85 million, the wind farm consists of 52 three-bladed Danish wind turbines, each capable of generating 2.3 megawatts (...
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Robin Rigg Wind Farm
Robin Rigg Wind Farm, Scotland's first offshore wind farm, was constructed by E.ON at Robin Rigg in the Solway Firth, a sandbank midway between the Galloway and Cumbrian coasts. The windfarm first gen...
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Findhorn Ecovillage
Findhorn Ecovillage is an experimental architectural community project based at The Park, in Moray, Scotland, near the village of Findhorn. The project's main aim is to demonstrate a sustainable devel...
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Clyde Wind Farm
The Clyde Wind Farm is a 350 megawatt (MW) wind farm near Abington in South Lanarkshire, Scotland.
The 152-turbine project by Scottish and Southern Energy was approved by the Scottish Parliament ...
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Falls of Foyers
The Fall of Foyers (Scottish Gaelic: Eas na Smùide, meaning the smoking falls) is a waterfall on the River Foyers, which feeds Loch Ness, in Highland, Scotland, United Kingdom.The waterfall has "a fin...
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Tummel hydro-electric power scheme
3°56′20″W / 56.715°N 3.939°W / 56.715; -3.939The Tummel hydro-electric power scheme for the generation of hydro-electric power is located in the Grampian Mountains, between Lo...
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Galloway hydro-electric power scheme
The Galloway hydro-electric power scheme is a network of dams and hydro-electric power stations in Galloway, south west Scotland. It was built between 1930 and 1936.The generating stations draw water ...
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Farr Wind Farm
Farr Wind Farm is located some 10 miles south of Inverness in Scotland, to the south-east of the Farr area, and to the west of off the A9 road. It comprises 40 wind turbines with a total installed cap...
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Beinn an Tuirc windfarm
Beinn an Tuirc wind farm is a wind farm in Argyll, Scotland.The site has 46 turbines with a total generating capacity of 30.36 MW, and is operated by Scottish Power. It was commissioned in 2001 and st...
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Islay LIMPET
Islay LIMPET is the world's first commercial wave power device connected to the United Kingdom's National Grid.Following the construction of a 75 kW prototype in 1991, a 500 kW unit was buil...
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Braes of Doune Wind Farm
Braes of Doune Wind Farm is a wind farm located close to Stirling, Scotland and opened in 2007. The farm was built by Alfred McAlpine and is run by Airtricity. An agreement has been made with Centrica...
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