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2011, Royal Haskoning DHV, North West Lewis Wave Farm, Coastal Geomorphology and Physical Environment

  • Published Date: 01/10/2011

Lewis Wave Power Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Aquamarine Power, intends todevelop a demonstration wave energy conversion array off the north-west coast of
Lewis. Royal Haskoning has been commissioned by Aquamarine Power to assist in
applications for consent and as part of this support is conducting an Environmental
Impact Assessment (EIA) for the proposed development

Royal Haskoning has been commissioned by Aquamarine Wave Power Limited to
undertake a coastal geomorphology walkover survey.

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2012, RSK Environment Ltd., Brough Head Wave Farm, Coastal Geomorphology Survey

  • Published Date: 01/07/2012

Aquamarine Power Limited is a marine energy company that are currently developing ahydro-electric wave energy converter (WEC) called Oyster.

The Oyster is located in shallow water close to the shore. The WEC consists of a
bottom-hinged, surface-piercing flap which oscillates due to wave action. Double acting
pistons on each side of the WEC pump water through a high-pressure pipeline to a
hydro-electric plant on the shore. The high-pressure water drives a Pelton wheel turbine
connected to an electrical generator. The flow from the Pelton wheel discharges to a
header tank and returns to the WEC via a low pressure return pipeline.

RSK Environment Limited (RSK) were commissioned by Brough Head Wave Farm
Limited to undertake a coastal geomorphology walkover survey of the site area on the
west coast of Mainland Orkney. This report documents the observations made during
the walkover survey as part of a wider assessment to investigate whether the presence
of the Oyster WEC array is likely to have an impact on the natural erosion and sediment
transport processes in the vicinity of the development area.

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2013, Optimised Environments Ltd, Brough Head Wave Farm, SLVIA Method Statement

  • Published Date: 01/03/2012

Optimised Environments Ltd (OPEN) has been appointed to undertake the Seascape, Landscape and VisualImpact Assessment (SLVIA) as part of the EIA for the Outshore Point Wave Farm. The Brough Head Wave Farm
project, proposed by Brough Head Wave Farm Limited (BHWFL) is a partnership between renewable technology
developer Aquamarine Power Limited (Aquamarine Power) and SSE Renewables UK Limited (SSER). The aim is
to develop the first 50 MW of the Brough Head Wave Farm at Outshore Point (herein refered to as ‘the Project’).
The Project is located off Mainland Orkney, in the vicinity of Outshore Point between the point of Howana Geo
and Marwick Bay.

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2011, Royal Haskoning DHV, North West Lewis Wave Farm, Coastal Geomorphology and Physical Environment

  • Published Date: 01/10/2011

Lewis Wave Power Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Aquamarine Power, intends todevelop a demonstration wave energy conversion array off the north-west coast of
Lewis. Royal Haskoning has been commissioned by Aquamarine Power to assist in
applications for consent and as part of this support is conducting an Environmental
Impact Assessment (EIA) for the proposed development

Royal Haskoning has been commissioned by Aquamarine Wave Power Limited to
undertake a coastal geomorphology walkover survey.

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2011, Royal Haskoning DHV, North West Lewis Wave Farm, Coastal Geomorphology and Physical Environment – Geology Data

  • Published Date: 01/10/2011

Lewis Wave Power Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Aquamarine Power, intends todevelop a demonstration wave energy conversion array off the north-west coast of
Lewis. Royal Haskoning has been commissioned by Aquamarine Power to assist in
applications for consent and as part of this support is conducting an Environmental
Impact Assessment (EIA) for the proposed development

Royal Haskoning has been commissioned by Aquamarine Wave Power Limited to
undertake a coastal geomorphology walkover survey. This dataset package contains the geology data including figure images.

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