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Location in the UK : Scotland, KW17 2AA    
Type of installation: Wave    on/offshore: off
Turbines :0  Capacity : 0 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation:

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GRID-CONNECTED TIDAL TEST SITE: grid-connected tidal test site at the Fall of Warness is situated just west of the island of Eday - lying in a narrow channel between the Westray Firth and Stronsay Firth. EMEC offers eight tidal test berths at depths ranging from 12m to 50m in an area 2km across and approximately 4km in length.

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EMEC Wave test site Awareness Chart

SCALE TEST SITES

GRID-CONNECTED TIDAL TEST SITE
Our grid-connected tidal test site at the Fall of WARNESS is situated just west of the island of Eday - lying in a narrow channel between the Westray Firth and Stronsay Firth.

WORLD’S LARGEST TIDAL TURBINE AT EMEC FOR FIRST TIME
The world’s most powerful tidal turbine, developed and manufactured by Scotrenewables Tidal Power Limited, has been installed on its moorings for the first time at the European Marine Energy Centre’s Fall of WARNESS tidal test site

©2017 Simon Mallett

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