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List of major Wave and Tidal Power Schemes in the UK.
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  Projects currently Generating
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  Ness of Quoys 0 Scotland KW1 4YH Caithness 6 / 2016 25/10/2016  
 1
  Warness 0 Scotland KW17 2AA Orkney 01/06/2016 15/08/2016 07/10/2016 0 / 0 27/10/2016  
 1
  Oyster 0.35 Scotland Orkney 8 / 2009 25/10/2016  
 1
  Billia Croo 0.8 Scotland KW16 3JP Strathclyde 1 / 2013 25/05/2017  
 1
  Ramsey Sound 1 Wales SA62 6PY Pembrokeshire 12 / 2015 25/10/2016  
 1
  Brummer 1 Scotland KW17 2AA Orkney 7 / 2013 20/10/2016  
 1
  Strangford Lough 1.2 N.Ireland Co. Down 01/11/2003 21/12/2005 01/03/2008 7 / 2008 20/10/2016  
 1
  Wave 20 England Cornwall 17/02/2005 15/07/2009 01/06/2010 9 / 2010 08/05/2017  
 1
  wave 23 England Cornwall 9 / 2010 08/05/2017  
  Projects planning approved and / or under construction
 2
  West Islay 0.1 Scotland Argyllshire 10/10/2013 21/06/2017 7 / 2008 20/10/2016  
 2
  Lynmouth 1.2 England Devon 01/10/2011 27/04/2012 0 / 0 27/10/2016  
 2
  Wootton Bridge 2 England PO33 4LJ Isle of Wight 19/01/2009 08/05/2009 0 / 0 25/10/2016  
 2
  Mull of Kintyre 3 Scotland Argyllshire 23/07/2014 0 / 0 20/10/2016  
 2
  Pentland Firth 6 Scotland Orkney 19/07/2012 16/09/2013 21/01/2015 0 / 0 25/10/2016  
 2
  Sound of Islay 10 Scotland Highland 25/07/2010 17/03/2011 0 / 0 20/10/2016  
 2
  St Catherines Race 30 England PO38 1UF Isle of Wight 12/12/2014 20/04/2016 0 / 0 23/08/2016  
 2
  Lewis 40 Scotland Western Isles 22/03/2012 22/05/2013 0 / 0 04/01/2015  
 2
  Swansea Bay 240 Wales Conwy 06/03/2014 09/06/2015 0 / 0 25/10/2016  
  Projects which are proposed and / or going through planning process
 3
  Vagr Atferth 1 Scotland KW16 3AW Orkney 0 / 0 20/10/2016  
 3
  Milford Haven 7 Wales Pembrokeshire 16/02/2007 0 / 0 19/03/2015  
 3
  Milford Haven 7 Wales Pembrokeshire 16/02/2007 0 / 0 27/01/2015  
 3
  Skerries 10 Wales Anglesey 0 / 0 14/08/2014  
 3
  Marwick Head 49.5 Scotland Orkney 0 / 0 20/10/2016  
 3
  Marwick Head 49.5 Scotland Orkney 0 / 0 06/08/2014  
 3
  West Orkney Mid South 50 Scotland Orkney 0 / 0 14/08/2014  
 3
  West Orkney 50 Scotland Orkney 0 / 0 25/10/2016  
 3
  Brough Head 50 Scotland Shetland 0 / 0 14/08/2014  
 3
  Armadale 50 Scotland Caithness 0 / 0 14/08/2014  
 3
  Fair Head 100 n.ireland Co. Antrim 07/02/2017 0 / 0 10/08/2017  
 3
  Ness of Duncansby 100 Scotland Caithness 0 / 0 09/04/2015  
 3
  Brough Ness 100 Scotland Shetland 0 / 0 20/10/2016  
 3
  Cantick Head 200 Scotland Shetland 20/05/2016 0 / 0 20/10/2016  
 3
  Costa Head 200 Scotland Orkney 0 / 0 14/08/2014  
 7
  Siadar Bay 4 Scotland Highland 0 / 0 14/08/2014  
 7
  Severn Barrage 8640 England Avon 0 / 0 05/12/2014  
 9
  Swansea Bay 320 Wales Glamorgan 0 / 0 15/02/2017  
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