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£140M Glendoe scheme given go-ahead


The Scottish Executive has given the go-ahead for the biggest Scottish hydroelectric scheme since 1957.

The £140M Glendoe scheme near Fort William will have an underground power station near Loch Ness generating 100MW from a head of more than 600m from a new reservoir in Glen Tarff.

Construction is due to start next year.

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