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Strangford Lough (Wave , Active)

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Location in the UK : N.Ireland, Strangford Lough, Ulster    
Type of installation: Wave    on/offshore: off
Turbines :1  Capacity : 1.2 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: July 2008

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July 2008 - The first electricity in the world made by tidal power has gone into the national grid. Enough green energy to supply 150 homes was generated as a test ahead of full-blown production in a few weeks time.

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Project Info
STRANGFORD LOUGH generator given all-clear
The world's first tidal current energy turbine, in Northern Ireland's STRANGFORD LOUGH, has been given an environmental all-clear by a group of scientists.

STRANGFORD LOUGH generator given all-clear
The world's first tidal current energy turbine, in Northern Ireland's STRANGFORD LOUGH, has been given an environmental all-clear by a group of scientists.

Marine tidal power generating clean electricity
The waters of STRANGFORD LOUGH run cold, fast and deep, but the experimental technology being tested in Northern Ireland is being promoted as one of the ways to reduce the UK's carbon emissions

Seagen / Marine Current Turbines

Seagen Tidal Power Installation

©2017 Simon Mallett

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