FOYERS POWER STATION, SCOTLAND - 4 MARCH, 2010 4 MARCH, 2010
Inconspicious on the shores of the famous Loch Ness, Foyers is one of Britains most powerful and modern Power Stations. 2 huge 40 m deep shafts scoured into the bed-rock house twin massive hydroelectric turbines. Used during peak hours the turbines can go from zero to full power in under 20 seconds. Interestingly the flow can be reversed during low-load to refil the reservoir.