Hydropower locations in the UK are listed below. The International hydropower association compiled and published this report in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hydropower or water power is a form of renewable energy and it is widely used to generate electricity. Often the hydropower infrastructure and reservoirs are also used to provide clean water for homes, industry and agricultural sectors.
List of Hydropower locations
|Cruachan Dam * in Argyll, Scotland||400|
|Dinorwig * in Gwynedd, Wales||1728|
|Errochty in Scotland||75|
|Ffestiniog * in Gwynedd, Wales||360|
|Foyers* in Inverness-shire, Scotland||300|
|Glendoe in Inverness-shire, Scotland||100|
|Lochaber in Highland, Scotland||84|
|Rannoch in Scotland||44|
|Rheidol in Ceredigion, Wales||50|
|Sloy in Agril, Scotland||152.5|
MW = Megawatts * pumped storage
Those hydropower locations in the UK marked with ‘*’ next to them are pumped storage projects. Most of the water power stations are located in Scotland and Wales.
Companies House filings during Covid-19 pandemic
If you are involved in hydropower projects and providing your professional services or supply of goods to build the power station using a limited company, use the Companies House web filing service to submit your confirmation statement and company accounts. It is fast and easy. You would require your company’s authentication code for this.
Speak with our London accountants or contact Companies House if you have any questions about your company’s filings.