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A project off the coast of Scotland aims to turn waves into electricity.

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Here is another cutting-edge technological project off the North coast of Scotland. Power companies have listed 10 sites on the seabed to turn wave and tidal energy into electricity.

Such a cool idea, They aim to power 750,000 homes by 2020. David Shukman of BBC, check it out.

Inch by inch, a new source of power is taking shape, the size of a submarine. Here at the dock side at Leeds near Edinburgh this vast machine will make electricity from the waves. Nearby, lying amounts of coal. It was coal that powered industrial revolution. Could sea power ever do the same?

This components is now being lowered into the sea and operation will have to be repeated thousands of times. And a start what's been described as a new era of harnessing the power of the sea.

This system captures the swill. Each wave passing along the cylinders, moves the hinges that connect them. And that motion drives generators.

"So it's not alone"

Near assembly hall, I was given the chance to see inside, down through the hatch.

"Wow, it's just like being inside a submarine." It's one section stretches through the gloom for 34 meters. Out the sea, there will be no one in here. The whole thing rocking with the waves. "And here, at the end of this gaint cylinder is where they actually generate the power. Let me show you how that's done. Every time a wave passes along this system, the cylinders move at where they are hinged. There are these huge hydronic pumps, like bicycle pumps. And that captures the energy of the waves is channeled into a generator like this, and ends up producing electricity."

But what happens if there aren't any waves. "This thing will be useless on a flat day." "On a flat day, we won't produce any power. That's right, but important thing is the contribution average within a year, every make what we generate is a make what it doesn't need be fronted by force of fuels."

This plan to harness the power of the sea is the largest of its kind in the world. Electricity for 750,000 homes could be generated if all the projects go ahead. That's 1.2 GW, roughly what a big conventional power station generates. "

"That's a very important day. What we've actually done is taking a very big step to making a new technology, renew energy technology----wave in tidal, commercially deployed on a grand...on a big scale."

The designs range from wave machine, swinging in the swill, to gaint turbines, spinning in the tides and huge porpellers harnessing the currents. Another component is launched. There may yet be unexpected costs or challenges, it's still early days.

David Shukman, BBC news, in Leeds

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There is another cutting-edge technological project off the North coast of Scotland. Power companies have list 10 sites on the sea bed to turn wave and tidal energy into electricity.

Such a cool idea, They aim to power 750,000 homes by 2020. David Shookman, BBC, check it out.

Intch by intch, a new source of power is taking shape, the size of a submarine. Here at the dock side, Leeds // this vast machine will make electricity from the waves. Nearby, lying amounts of coal. It was coal that powered industrial revolution. Could sea power ever do the same?

This components is now being lowered into the sea and operations will have to be repeated thousands of times. At the start, what is being described as a new era of harnessing the power of the sea.

This system captures the swell. Each wave passing along the cylinders, moves the hinges that connect them. And that motion drives generators.

"So you should follow along"

At // assembly haul, I was given the chance to see inside, down through the hage.

"Wow, it's just like being inside a submarine." It's one section stretches through the gloom of 34 meters. Out of sea, there will be no one in here. The whole thing, rocking with the waves. "And here, at the end of this gaint cylinder is where they actually generate the power. Let me show you how that's done. Every time a wave passes along the system, the cylinders move where they were hinged. There are these huge hydronic pumps, like bicycle pumps. And that catches the energy of the waves is channeled into a generator like this, and ends up, producing electricity."

But what happens if there aren't any waves. "This thing will be useless on flat days." "On a flat day, we won't produce any power. That's right, but important thing is the contribution the average of the year, every // we generate to make //what by force of fuels."

This plan to harness the power of the sea is the largest of its kind in the world. Electricity for 750,000 homes could be generated if all the projects go ahead. That's 1.2 GW, roughly what a big conventional power station generates. "

"This is a very important day. What we've got you done is taking a very big step to make a new technology, a renew energy technology, wave in tidal, commercailly deployed on a big scale.

The designs range from wave machine, swing in the swell, to gaint turbines, spinning in the tides and huge // harnessing the currents. Another component is lowered. There may yet be unexpected costs or challenges, it's still early days.

David Shookman, BBC news, in Leeds.
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There is another cutting-edge technological project off the North coast off Scotland. Power companies have at least 10 sites on the sea bed to turn wave and tidal energy into electricity.

Such a cool idea, They aim to power 750,000 homes by 2020. David Shockman, of the BBC, check it out.

Inch by inch, a new source of power is taking shape, the size of a submarine. Here's at the dock side in Leeds near Edingburgh. This vast machine will make electricity from the waves. Nearby, lie amounts of coal. It was coal that powered the industrial revolution. Could sea power ever do the same?

This components is now being lowered into the sea, operations will have to be repeated thousands of times. At start, what is being described as a new era of harnessing the power of the sea.

This system captures the swell. Each wave, passing along the cylinders, moves the hinges that connect them, and that motion drives generators.

"Near the assembly haul, I was given the chance to see inside, down through the hedge. Just like being inside a submarine."

It's one section stretches through the gloom of 34 meters. Out of sea, there will be no one in here. The whole thing, rocking with the waves.

"And here, at the end of this gaint cylinder is where they actually generate the power. Let me show you how that's done. Every time a wave passes along the system, the cylinders move where they're hinged, they release huge hydronic pumps, like bicycle pumps. And that, catches the energy of the waves is channeled into a generator like this, and ends up producing electricity."

But what happens if there aren't any waves?  "This thing will be useless on a flat days."  " On a flat day, we won't produce any power, that's right, but the important thing is the contribution on average of the year, every megawatt we generate, is the megagwatt doesn't influence by force of fuels."

This plan to harness the power of the sea is the largest of its kind in the world. Electricity for 750,000 homes could be generated, if all the projects go ahead. That's 1.2 gigawatts, roughly what a big conventional power station generates. "

"That's is a very important day. What we've got to done is taking a very big step to making a new technology, a renewable energy technology, wave of tidal, commercially deployed on a grand, on a big scale."

The designs range from wave machine, swinging in the swell, to gaint turbines, spinning in the tides,and huge pilot paddles ,harnessing the currents.

Another component is lowered. There may yet be unexpected costs or challenges, Tt's still an early day.

David Shockman, BBC news, in Leeds.
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There is another cutting-edge technological project off the North coast of Scotland. Power companies have list 10 sites on the seabed to turn wave and tidal energy into electricity.

Such a cool idea, They aim to power 750,000 homes by 2020. David Shukman of BBC, check it out.

Inch by inch, a new source of power is taking shape, the size of a submarine. Here at the dock side at Leeds near Edinburgh this vast machine will make electricity from the waves. Nearby, lying amounts of coal. It was coal that powered industrial revolution. Could sea power ever do the same?

This components is now being lowered into the sea and operation will have to be repeated thousands of times. At the start, what is being described as a new era of harnessing the power of the sea.

This system captures the swill. Each wave passing along the cylinders, moves the hinges that connect them. And that motion drives generators.

"So it's not alone"

Near assembly haul, I was given the chance to see inside, down through the hatch.

"Wow, it's just like being inside a submarine." It's one section stretches through the gloom for 34 meters. Out of sea, there will be no one in here. The whole thing, rocking with the waves. "And here, at the end of this gaint cylinder is where they actually generate the power. Let me show you how that's done. Every time a wave passes along the system, the cylinders move where they are hinged. They release huge hydronic pumps, like bicycle pumps. And that catches the energy of the waves is channeled into a generator like this, and ends up, producing electricity."

But what happens if there aren't any waves. "This thing will be useless on a flat day." "On a flat day, we won't produce any power. That's right, but important thing is the contribution / average with a year, every make what we generate is a make what doesn't need fronted by force of fuels."

This plan to harness the power of the sea is the largest of its kind in the world. Electricity for 750,000 homes could be generated if all the projects go ahead. That's 1.2 GW, roughly what a big conventional power station generates. "

"This is a very important day. What we've got you done is taking a very big step to make a new technology, / renew energy technology, wave in tidal, commercially deployed on a grand on a big scale.

The designs range from wave machine, swinging in the swill, to gaint turbines, spinning in the tides and huge porpellers harnessing the currents. Another component is lowered. There may yet be unexpected costs or challenges, it's still early days.

David Shukman, BBC news, in Leeds
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News another cutting-edges technological project off the north coast of Scotland, power companies have at least 10 sites on the sea bed to turn wave and tidal energy into electricity such a cool idea they aim to power 750,000 homes by 2020.David Shockman of the BBC check it out, inch by inch a new source of power is taking in shape ,the size of a submarine,Here's at the dock side ? Edinburgh this vast machine will make electricity from the waves.Nearby lie amounts of coal,it was coal that powered industrial revolution could seek power ever do the same. This components is now being lowered into the sea and operation will have to be repeated thousands of times and start what's being described as a new era of harnessing the power of the sea.This system captures the swell,each wave passing along the cylinders moves the hinges that connect them and that motion drives generated. Near assembly hole I was given a chance to see inside down through the hatch.Just like being inside the submarine,it's one section stretches through the gloom for 34 meters,out the sea,there'll be no one in here,the whole thing rocking with the waves.And here the end of this giant cylinder is ready to actually generate the power,let me show you how that's done,every time a wave pass along this system ,the cylinders move where they are hinged ,these huge hydronic pumps like bycicle pumps and that capture the energy of the waves, it's channeled into a generator like this and ends up producing electricity.But what happens if there aren't any waves,this thing would be useless on a flat day,on a flat day,we won't produce any power,that's right,but important thing is contribution on average of the year,every megawatt we generate, is the megagwatt doesn't need to ? by fossil fuels.This plan to harness the power of the sea is the largest of its kind in the world, electricity for 750,000 homes could be generated if all the projects go ahead ,that's 1.2 giga watts,roughly what a big conventional power station generates.It's a very important day,what we actually done is taking a very big step to making a new technology,a new energy technology, wave and tidal,commercially deployed on a big scale.The design's range from wave macine swinging in the swell to joint turbines,spinning in the tides and huge propellers harnessing the currents,another component is lowered,there may yet be unexpected cost or challengers,it's still early days.
David Shockman,BBC news in Leeds.
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There is another cutting-edge technological project off the North coast of Scotland. Power companies have listed 10 sites on the seabed to turn wave and tidal energy into electricity.

Such a cool idea, They aim to power 750,000 homes by 2020. David Shukman of BBC, check it out.

Inch by inch, a new source of power is taking shape, the size of a submarine. Here at the dock side at Leeds near Edinburgh this vast machine will make electricity from the waves. Nearby, lying amounts of coal. It was coal that powered industrial revolution. Could sea power ever do the same?

This components is now being lowered into the sea and operation will have to be repeated thousands of times. As far as we describe it as a new era of harnessing the power of the sea.

This system captures the swill. Each wave passing along the cylinders, moves the hinges that connect them. And that motion drives generators.

"So it's not alone"

Near assembly hall, I was given the chance to see inside, down through the hatch.

"Wow, it's just like being inside a submarine." It's one section stretches through the gloom for 34 meters. Out of sea, there will be no one in here. The whole thing, rocking with the waves. "And here, at the end of this gaint cylinder is where they actually generate the power. Let me show you how that's done. Every time a wave passes along this system, the cylinders move at where they are hinged. They'll release huge hydronic pumps, like bicycle pumps. And that catches the energy of the waves is channeled into a generator like this, and ends up, producing electricity."

But what happens if there aren't any waves. "This thing will be useless on a flat day." "On a flat day, we won't produce any power. That's right, but important thing is the contribution average within a year, every make what we generate is a make what doesn't need fronted by force of fuels."

This plan to harness the power of the sea is the largest of its kind in the world. Electricity for 750,000 homes could be generated if all the projects go ahead. That's 1.2 GW, roughly what a big conventional power station generates. "

"This is a very important day. What we've got you done is taking a very big step to make a new technology, renew energy technology, wave in tidal, commercially deployed on a grand on a big scale.

The designs range from wave machine, swinging in the swill, to gaint turbines, spinning in the tides and huge porpellers harnessing the currents. Another component is lowered. There may yet be unexpected costs or challenges, it's still early days.

David Shukman, BBC news, in Leeds
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There is another
cutting-edge technogical project off the north coast in Scotland, Power companies had at least 10 sides on the sea bed to turn the wave and tide energy into electricity.


Such a cool idea.
They aim to power 750 thousand homes by 2020,
David Shockman, of the BBC, check it out.


Inch by inch, a new source of power is taking shape,
the size of a submarine.. Here's at the Dock Side in the
Leeds near Edinburgh. This vast machine will make electricity from the waves. Nearby,lie amount of coal. It's coal that powerd the industrial revolution. Could sea power ever do the same?


This components is now being
lowered into the sea, Its operation will have to be repeated thousands of times, as the starts, what is being described as a the new era of harnessing the power of the sea. This system captures the swell, each wave passing the along the cylinders, move the hinges that connect them, and that motion drive the generators.


Near the
assembly haul, I was given the chance to see inside, down through the
hedge.



Just like being inside a
submarine. It's one section stretches through the
gloom 34 meters. Out of the sea, there will be no one in here. The whole thing, rocking with the waves.


And Here, at the end of this giant
cylinder,
is where they actually generate the power. Let me show you how that's done. Every time the wave passes along this system, the cylinders move where they're hinged. They release huge hedonic pumps, like bicycle pumps. And that, capture the energy of the waves is channeled into a generator like this and ends up producing the electricity.


But what happens if there aren't any waves?


This thing could be unuseful for flat day? On a flat day, we won't producting any power. That's right. But the important thing is the contribution on
average of the year, every megawatt we generate, is the megagwatt doesn't influence by force of fuels.


This plant to
harness the power of the sea is the largest of its kind in the world. Electricity for 750,000 homes could be generated if all the projects go ahead. That's a 1.2 GW, roughly what a big conventional power station generators.


That's a very important day, What we've got to done is taking a very big step to making a new technology, and renewable energy technology, wave of tidal, commercially deployed on a grand on a big scale.



The designs
range from wave machine, swinging in the swell. To giant turbines , spinning in the tides. And huge
pilot paddles, harnessing the currents.



Another component is lowered. There may yet be unexpected cost for chanllages. It is still an early days.


David Shockman, BBC news, in Leeds.

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There is another cutting edge technological project off the north coast of Scotland. Power company has at least ten sites on sea beds to turn wave and tidal energy into electricity.
Such a cool idea. They aimed to power 750000 homes by 2020. David Shukman at BBC check it out.
Inch by inch a new sort of power is taking shape besides a submarine, here at dock side of Leeds near Edinburg. This vast machine will make electricity from the waves, nearby lie amounts of coal. It was coal powered the industrial revolution. Could sea power ever do the same?
This component is now being lowered into the sea. Operations now have to be repeated thousands of times at start what has been described as a new era of harnessing the power of the sea.
This system catches the swell, each wave passing along the cylinders move the hinges that connect them and that motion drives generators. Near the assembling hole I was given the chance to see inside down through the hedge.
Just like been inside a submarine.
It’s one section stretched through the gloom for 34 meters. Out at the sea, there will be no one in here, the whole thing rocking with the waves.
And here the end of this gaint cylinder, it’s where it actually generate the power. Let me show you how that’s done. Everytime a wave passes along this system, the cylinders move, and where they hinged there are these huge hydraulic pumps like bicycle pumps and that capture the energy of the waves is channeled into a generator like this and ends up producing electricity.
But what happens if there aren’t any waves?
These things will be useless on a flat day.
On a flat day it won’t produce any power, that’s right, but the important thing is contribution  average of the year, every megawatt we generate is megawatt doesn’t need to be provided by fussile fuels.
This plan to harness the power of sea is the largest of its kind of the world. Electricity for 750000 homes could be generated if all the project go ahead. That’s one point two gigawatts, roughly what a conventional power station generates.
It’s a very important day, what we got you done is taking a big step to making the new technology a new energy technology, waving tidal commercially deployable on the grand on a big scale.
The design range from wave machines swing in the swell to giant turbines spining in the tides and huge propellers harnessing the currents and another component lowered and yet be unexpected costs or challenges. It's still early days.
David Shukman BBC news in Leeds.

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Here is another undercutting-in technological project off the north coast Scotland power companies have at least ten sites on the sea bed to turn wave and tidal energy into electricity. Such a cool idea, they aimed to power 350 thousands homes by 2020. David Schuman of the BBC checked it out.
Inch by inch, the new source of power is taken in shape. The size of submarine here are in the dockside Leeds near Adambra, this vast machine will make electricity from the waves.
Nearby, Lies a mounts of coal, it was coal power industrial revolution. Could sea power ever do the same?
This component is now been lower into the sea and the operation loads have to be repeated thousands of times. At the start, it must be described as new ear of harnessing the power of the sea.
This system captured well. Each wave passing along the cylinders moves the engines connected. And that’s motions drive the generators. Near assembly hall I was given the chance to see inside down through the hatch.
It’s just like being inside the summery. Here’s one section stretched through the gloom of 34 meters, out the sea there will be no one in here. The whole thing, rocking with the waves. And here at the end of this giant cylinder, it’s where actually generate the power. Let’s me show you how that’s done.
Every time the wave passes along the system, the cylinders moves whether hinged and these huge hydraulic pump like bicycle pumps and that captures the energy of the waves. It’s channels into the generator like this and in that it’s producing electricity.
But what happens if there aren’t any waves? This thing will be useless on the flat day, in the flat day, we will product the sunny parrot. That’s right but the important thing is the contribution on average of the year, every make-wave we generate is make world doesn’t need to be provided by fossils fuels.
This plant harnesses the power of the sea is the largest of this kind in the world. Electricity for 750 thousands homes could be generated if all the projects go ahead. That’s 1.2 Giga watts roughly what a big conventional power station generates.
That’s a very important day, what we’ve actually done is taken very big step to make a new technology, renew energy technology wave and tidal commercially deploy on the big scale
The design in rain are wave machines swaying in the swale to giant spinning in the tights and huge propellers harnessing the currents.Another component locked and that may yet be unexpected costs or challenges. It’s still in early days.
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There is another cutting-edge technological project off north coast of Scotland, Power companies have at least ten sites on the sea bed to turn wave and tidal energy into electricity. Such a cool idea, they aim to power 750,000 homes by 2020. David *, of the BBC, check it out.

Inch by inch, a new source of power is taking shape. Besides a submarine, here is the dock side *.
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This component is now being lowered into the sea. Operations have to be repeated thousands of times. At the start, what is being described as a new era is harnessing the power of the sea. This system captures the swell. Each wave passing along the
cylinders moves the hinges that connect them and that motion drives generator. Near the assembly haul, I was given the chance to see inside, down through the hedge.

It's just like being inside a submarine.

It's one section that stretches through the gloom for 34 metres. Out of the sea there will be no one in here, the whole thing rocking with waves.

And here, at the end of this giant cylinder, is where they actually generate the power. Let me show you how that's done. Every time a wave passes along this system, the cylinders move whether they're hinged. There are these huge high
pumps, like bicycle pumps, and that captures the enregy of the waves is channeled into a generator like this, and ends up in producing electricity.

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The design range from wave machines swiming in the swell, to giant turbines spining in the tides and huge propellers harness ing the currents. And another component is lowered and that yet be unexpected costs or challenges. It's still early days.
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Here is another cutting-edge technological project off the North coast of Scotland. Power companies have at least  10 sites on the seabed to turn wave and tidal energy into electricity.

Such a cool idea, They aim to power 750,000 homes by 2020. David Shukman of BBC, check it out.

Inch by inch, a new source of power is taking shape, the size of a submarine. Here at the dock side at Leeds near Edinburgh this vast machine will make electricity from the waves. Nearby, lie mounds of coal. It was coal that powered industrial revolution. Could sea power ever do the same?

This components is now being lowered into the sea and operation will have to be repeated thousands of times. And a start what's been described as a new era of harnessing the power of the sea.

This system captures the swell. Each wave passing along the cylinders, moves the hinges that connect them. And that motion drives generators.

"So it's not alone"

Near assembly hall, I was given the chance to see inside, down through the hatch.

"Wow, it's just like being inside a submarine." Its one section stretches through the gloom for 34 meters. Out the sea, there will be no one in here. The whole thing rocking with the waves. "And here, at the end of this gaint cylinder is where they actually generate the power. Let me show you how that's done. Every time a wave passes along this system, the cylinders move at where they are hinged. There are these huge hydronic pumps, like bicycle pumps. And that captures the energy of the waves is channeled into a generator like this, and ends up producing electricity."

But what happens if there aren't any waves. "This thing will be useless on a flat day." "On a flat day, we won't produce any power. That's right, but important thing is the contribution average within a year, every megawatt what we generate is a megawatt what it doesn't need be fronted by force of fuels."

This plan to harness the power of the sea is the largest of its kind in the world. Electricity for 750,000 homes could be generated if all the projects go ahead. That's 1.2 GW, roughly what a big conventional power station generates. "

"That's a very important day. What we've actually done is taking a very big step to making a new technology, renewable energy technology----wave in tidal, commercially deployed on a grand...on a big scale."

The designs range from wave machine, swinging in the swell, to gaint turbines, spinning in the tides and huge porpellers harnessing the currents. Another component is launched. There may yet be unexpected costs or challenges, it's still early days.

David Shukman, BBC news, in Leeds
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here is another cutting edge techonlogical project after north coast of scotland,power companies have listed 10 sites on the seabed to turn wave and tidal enery into electricity,such a cool idea,they aim to power 750000 homes by 2020,xx chech it out
inch by inch a new source of power is taking shape,the size of a submarine,here at the dock site at the leeds near edinburg,this vast machine will make electricity from the waves,nearby lying amounts of coal,its coal-powered industrial revolution,could sea power ever do the same?this components is now being lowered into the sea,operations though have to be repeated thousnads of times starts what has been descrided as a new era of harnessing the power of the sea,this system captures the swill,each wave passing along the cylinders moves the hinges that connect them,and that motion drives generators,near the assemblyk halls ,i was given the chance to see inside,down through the hatch.its just like being inside of submarine,its one section stretches through the gloom for 34 meters,out the sea,there will be no one in here,the whole thing rocking with the waves,and here at the end of this giant cylinder,its where they actually generate the power,let me show you how thats done,every time a wave pass along this system,the cylinders move where they are hinged,there are these huge dyhronic pumps like bycicle pumps,and that captured enery of the waves is channel into a generator like this,and ends up producing electricity,but what happens if ther arent any waves?this thing will be useless on a flat day,on a flat day,we wont produce any power,that right,but the important thing is the contribution average within a year,every make we generate is the make what dosent needed to be fronted by force of fuels,this plan to harness the power of the sea is the largerst of its knid in the world,electricity to 750000 homes could be generated,if all the projects go ahead,thats 1.2gw,roughly what a conventional power station generates,that s very important day,what we've actually done has taken a very big step into making a new technology,a renew energy technology,wave and tidal,commercially deployed on a grand,on a big scale,the designs range from wave maching,swinging in the swill to gaint turbine spinning in the tides ,to huge propellers harnessing the currents,another component is launched,there may yet be unexpected cost or challenges,its still early days

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