Dolgarrog (Hydro , Active) Location in the UK : Wales, Bangor, Conwy
Type of installation: Hydro on/offshore: on
Turbines :0 Capacity : 32 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: 1924 & 1938
The original construction of a hydroelectric scheme at Dolgarrog was carried out in 1907 by the Aluminium Corporation to provide power for smelting aluminium in the Conwy Valley.
Cowlyd reservoir provides water for Dolgarrog's "high head" scheme (17MW total output) via a 5km pipeline utilising a total catchment area of about 44 square kilometres.
Coedty reservoir provides water for Dolgarrog's "low head" scheme (15MW total output) via a 3km pipeline with a catchment area of around 27 square kilometres.
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DOLGARROG Hydro Site
Multi million pounds scheme will guarantee the future of DOLGARROG power station
The upper section of pipeline from the Coedty reservoir to the power station which is currently above ground will be replaced and put underground, and the lower section will be refurbished.
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Data last updated: 7/14/2016
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