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Swansea Bay (Wave , Agreed/Planning)

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Location in the UK : Wales, swansea    
Type of installation: Wave    on/offshore: off
Turbines :0  Capacity : 240 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation:

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(Tidal Lagoon (Swansea Bay) plc)
The six-mile-long U-shaped seawall will go from Swansea docks to near Swansea University's new Fabian Way campus.

It would take two years to build and create 1,850 construction jobs.

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Project Info
Swansea wind turbine helps Welsh Water reduce its carbon footprint
A wind turbine at the SWANSEA BAY Waste Water Treatment Works on Fabian Way is playing an important role in helping Welsh Water to reduce its carbon footprint by creating its own renewable energy on site.

SWANSEA BAY wind turbine rejected due to impact fears Read more at http://www.so
CITY planning officers have thrown out a bid for a 252ft wind turbine that would have overlooked SWANSEA BAY.

Tidal lagoon energy could be on its way in the UK
Mr Hendry called for the Government to move ahead with a smaller 'pathfinder' lagoon project, urging it to build on the work that has already been done for a scheme in SWANSEA BAY.

Tidal lagoon: £1.3bn SWANSEA BAY project backed by review
Charles Hendry's independent report into the technology's viability said it would make a "strong contribution" to the UK's energy supply.

Harness the power of SWANSEA BAY
The Severn Estuary holds the second highest tidal range in the world and within this SWANSEA BAY benefits from an average tidal range during spring tides of 8.5m.

©2017 Simon Mallett

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