Deer fencing has now been erected around the re-profiled banking near the primary intake ready for planting and seeding in the Spring. Some remedial work has also been carried out at the old laydown area beside the road.
The land around the primary intake was disturbed to such an extent during the construction phase, this is in small part due to the effects of Storm Frank, that natural regeneration has not progressed as desired. Therefore work has now
Thirty one Members attended the AGM last week at the Bothy Braemar. Following the formal proceedings there was a short presentation to bring Members up to date with all things hydro in the past year or so. The presentation slides
Although the coanda screens are predominantly “self cleaning” small particles of peat seem to be particularly susceptible to catching in the screen mesh. Volunteers visit the site on a weekly basis to sweep the screens at the primary and secondary intakes.
These tree enclosures have started cropping up at the site recently. One of the outstanding planning conditions remaining is the tree planting plan to compensate and mitigate for the construction of the hydro. Native tree species will be planted within the
Two interpretation boards have now been installed. One at the primary intake and the other at the turbine house.
The following slides were shown on the big screen in the village hall at the opening ceremony and tell the story of the community hydro project from concept to successful operation and energy generation.
After a dry week across most of the UK, a wetter spell recently has boosted power generation at Corriemulzie. The chart below shows no rainfall at Inverey during the week commencing Monday 3rd October. The much wetter weather starting on
Braemar Community Hydro Ltd has been shortlisted as a finalist for the Scottish Green Energy Awards 2016. We have been nominated in the best community project award category. One winner from each section will be announced on 1st December. Good
HRH Duke of Rothesay visited the hydro site at Corriemulzie on Thursday 29th September. HRH spent about thirty minutes at the site, where he met the project developers, contractors and engineers before officially switching on the turbine. Following the visit, HRH continued