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Chelker Reservoir

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chelker Reservoir
Lake with wind turbines beyond it
The reservoir with the former wind farm at the opposite side of the lake.
LocationDraughton, North Yorkshire
CoordinatesSEO551
TypeReservoir
Primary inflowsRiver Wharfe
Basin countriesUnited Kingdom
Surface area52.3 acres (21.2 ha)
Shore length11.5 miles (2.4 km)[1]
Surface elevation725 feet (221 m) above sea level[2]
1 Shore length is not a well-defined measure.

Chelker Reservoir is a man-made lake in North Yorkshire, England. It lies in the parish of Draughton, immediately north of the A65 road, between Skipton and the village of Addingham. It was put into service in 1866 and serves the Bradford area;[3] it is currently owned by Yorkshire Water. The reservoir's main inflow is the River Wharfe.

Chelker Wind Farm

In 1992 a wind farm, the third-ever in the United Kingdom, was erected on the north side of the reservoir. The wind farm consisted of four two-bladed turbines which generated 1.2MW and went online in December 1992. They were used to pump water from the River Wharfe up to the reservoir.

In 2013, after permission to enlarge the wind farm was refused, the turbines were demolished.[4]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Chelker Reservoir". British Lakes. Archived from the original on 13 September 2016. Retrieved 17 August 2016.
  2. ^ Gallon, Andrew (2014). Braddy, Adrian (ed.). "North York Moors, York & coast". Dalesman Visitor Guides: 17. ISSN 2049-1441.
  3. ^ The Surveyor and Municipal and County Engineer. 1922. p. 45. Retrieved 29 April 2019. Grimwith reservoir was completed in 1864, and Chelker reservoir in 1866. ' The construction of the Horton Bank and Brayshaw service reservoirs and the Leeming and Leeshaw (compensation) reservoirs were authorised by the Act of 1868, ...
  4. ^ "Wind farms: A triumph to put wind in your sails". The Telegraph. 18 October 2013. Archived from the original on 27 November 2015. Retrieved 24 November 2015.

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