The Duddon Tidal Gateway
Would generate approximately 1/10 TWh p.a of electricity enough to power approximately 25,000 homes, with the tons of coal and CO2 emissions reduced proportionately.
The Solway Tidal Gateway
Would produce approximately 12.06 TWh p.a which would power
approximately 2.5 million homes. Approximately 3,280,000 tons of coal would
be required to generate the same level of electricity, therefore approximately 6,800,000 tons of carbon concentrates would be removed.
The Morecambe Bay Tidal Gateway
Would produce 6.48 TWh p.a which would power approximately 1.5 million homes. Over 2 million tons of coal would be required to generate the same level of electricity and that in turn would reduce carbon concentrate by over 4.5 million tons.
The Ribble Tidal Gateway
would produce 1/10 TWh p.a providing power for approximately 25,000 homes. That would save around 29,000 tons of coal which would reduce CO2 emissions by a proportionate amount, say 59,000 tons.
The Dee Tidal Gateway
Would produce 1.5 TWh p.a of electricity which would power approximately 300,000 homes, it could save over 400,000 tons of coal and over 1 million tons of CO2 emissions.
The Mersey Tidal Gateway
will produce approximately 1.58 TWh p.a which would power 300,000 homes and would replace the need for 400,000 tons of coal with a proportionate reduction in the CO2 emissions, of around 1 million tons.