Power generated by an arrangement of "near-shore" wave devices should soon be feeding into the National Grid for the first time in Scotland.
Power generated by an arrangement of \"near-shore\" wave devices should soon be feeding into the National Grid for the first time in Scotland.
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Two new Oyster wave energy converters will be added to an existing device at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) at Billia Croo on the Orkney mainland, to allow operators Aquamarine Power to test the devices as an array. The Scottish Government granted its consent for the project on Monday.
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