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Severn Barrage

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Severn Barrage (Wave , Cancelled)

 General Information.

Location in the UK : England, Bristol Channel    
Type of installation: Wave    on/offshore: off
Turbines :216  Capacity : 8640 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: Proposed

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The Severn Barrage is a tidal scheme that particularly makes use of the Severn Bore, one of the highest tidal ranges in the world. The potential for energy generation is huge - though coming in peaks and troughs. There is significant objection on the grounds that it will take away many natural areas. This is perhaps a moot point as these areas will be lost anyway considering global climate change and sea level increases, the proposed barrage might well act as a sea defence as well as for power generation.

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bbc news

SEVERN BARRAGE Briefing Paper

SEVERN BARRAGE: Chief quits to set up rival firm
The chief executive of a firm wanting a £25bn barrage in the Severn Estuary has quit to set up a rival company looking to take the project forward.

SEVERN BARRAGE: Ed Davey says £30bn plan could progress
A £30bn barrage across the Severn estuary could still be built, says the UK government, despite opposition from some MPs and environmental groups.

©2017 Simon Mallett

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