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Green Highland Renewables Begins Work on Scottish Hydropower Station

Green Highland Renewables has started work on the 807-kW hydropower station located in Glen Lyon, Scotland. This Scottish hydropower station is the first project of the three hydropower schemes being developed by the company. This particular hydropower scheme costs approximately ₤1.8 million to build and is under construction by way of an option and lease contract.

This Roroyere Hydro Scheme comes under the Glen Lyon Partnership hydro project, a series of seven planned hydropower development projects. In order to facilitate connection with the National Grid, an investment was needed for laying 33 kV underground cabling stretching 20 km in Glen.

Scotland is ideally suited for hydropower with an almost perfect terrain as well as climate. Green Highland Renewables develops hydro electric schemes ranging from small-scale to medium-scale. This Roroyere hydro project is expected to be completed by early 2011.

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