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FFESTINIOG (Hydro , Active)

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Location in the UK : Wales, North Wales, Ffestiniog    
Type of installation: Hydro    on/offshore: on
Turbines :4  Capacity : 0.7 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: January 1998

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Also consider: FFESTINIOG POWER STATION: pumped Storage Scheme
Commissioned in 1963, Ffestiniog Power Station was the UKs first major pumped storage power facility. Although of an older generation to those at Dinorwig, Ffestiniogs four generating units are still capable of achieving a combined output of 360MW of electricity - enough to supply the entire power needs of North Wales for several hours.

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Project Info
FFESTINIOG POWER STATION, TANYGRISIAU
FFESTINIOG Pumped Storage Scheme was opened in 1963. The upper lake, Llyn Stwlan (nprn 306315), has a capacity of 2,000,000 cubic metres of water which is used to drive the four turbines in the power station.

International Power FFESTINIOG Power Station

Also see Port Dinorwic Pumped Storage

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