The construction element of the first phase of the world’s largest tidal stream array has been completed. The MeyGen scheme in the Inner Sound of the Pentland Firth off the Caithness coast involves four tidal turbines. Altantis Resources Ltd, which has been leading the project, said the scheme would now begin a 25-year phase of generating electricity. The four turbines have the capacity to generate 6MW. More of the devices have been proposed for the site.
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Atlantis Resources has completed construction and moved into the 25-year operations stage at the 6MW MeyGen Phase 1A tidal array in the Pentland Firth in northern Scotland. The company said the project has so far generated about 6 gigawatt-hours (GWh) of electricity, including a record 1.4GWh in March.
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