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Hydro-Electric Developments - Pitlochry

Hydro-Electric development in Scotland, always the cause of considerable controversy and opposition, was established on a new basis by the North of Scotland Hydro-Electric Act, 1943, passed during the war as a non-party measure, to permit the orderly development of hydro electric power in the North of Scotland, as a matter of national interest. J. Guthrie Brown

Author(s): Brown, J Guthrie

Keywords: water energy;power stations;pitlochry, scotland;clunie dam, scotland;tunnels;pitlochry dam, scotland