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Shin (Hydro , Active)
Location in the UK : Scotland, Lairg Sutherland Type of installation: Hydro on/offshore: on Turbines :0 Capacity : 19 MW Approx Date of 1st power generation: June 2003
Shin is the most northerly hydro electric scheme on the mainland of Scotland and lies mostly in open moorland.
Constructed from 1954 and Originally Generating from 1959. Part of the scheme raised the (Loch) reservoir level by 11 metres.
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