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Major Wind / Solar / Hydro etc: 38,894.81 MW

FIT Capacity, Feed in Tariffs: 5,420.64 MW

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University of Wales Bangor
University of Strathclyde
University of Exeter
London Grid for Learning Trust
University of Cambridge
University of Leeds
McGill College
University of Durham
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
University College Falmouth
University of Northumbria at Newcastle
University of St Andrews
Cardiff University
University of Portsmouth
Glamorgan University
University of Aberdeen
Swansea University
University of York
University of Sheffield
University College London
University of Hull
Edinburgh University
The Bloomsbury Computing Consortium
Energy Industry:
Anesco Ltd Energy Services
EDF Energy
Falck Renewables Wind Ltd
Joint European Torus
Lightsource Renewable Energy
Nordex AG
Orange WBC Broadband A
Repower Systems AG
RPS Group Plc
RWE NPower
Scottish Power PLC
SSE Telecom low end network
Turner Group Infrastructure
United Utilities PLC Electricity North West Ltd
VESTAS Wind Systems A/S
Wind Farm Energy UK Ltd
Local & National Govt:
South Lanarkshire Council
The City of Edinburgh Council
Carmarthenshire County Council 2
Coleraine Borough Council
Dumfries and Galloway Council
East Riding of Yorkshire Council
Fife Council
Flintshire County Council
Glasgow City Council
Hampshire County Council
Highland Council (schools)
Kent Police
Newport City Council
Northern Ireland Civil Service
Nottingham City Council
Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council
South Ayrshire Council
Welsh Government
Church Road Network (2)
KPMG Peat Marwick
A&L Goodbody
Barclays Capital
Black and Veatch Ltd
Blue Coat Systems Inc
Cap Gemini UK Plc
Fujitsu Services
GE Medical Systems Societe en Commandite Simple
HSS Hire
Internet Archive
ISECG-ENG-UK Engineering Council
Landmark Information Group Ltd
Lloyds Banking Group PLC
Mazda North American Operations
Opal Telecom DSL
Pricewaterhouse Coopers Services Ltd
Schneider Automation, Inc.
Science Technology Facilities Council
Scottish Agricultural & Biological Research Instit
Societe Internationale SITA
Times Supplements Limited
Trinity Mirror Group
TUV SUD Product Service Ltd

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Renewable Energy Project Totals and Capacity

Renewable Energy Totals (major Projects) All renewable energy Hydro Waste Wind Solar
projects Capacity Projects Capacity Projects Capacity Projects Capacity Turbines Projects Capacity
Active: 3170 38894 138 4046 377 1836 945 20740 8464 1164 8475
Agreed / Building: 330 32113 8 21 28 610 119 23470 1623 117 1489
Proposed: 669 21717 49 1222 56 514 303 15826 2467 171 1372
Total potential 4169 92724 195 5290 461 2961 1367 60037 12554 1452 11337
Refused below only shows a limited sample of refused schemes                    
Refused: 230 7384 0 0 7 155 168 6468 516 48 678
Total Sites Listed 4399 100108 195 5290 468 3116 1535 66506 13070 1500 12016
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Current News Listing
Dunsland Cross residents say new wind turbines have a ‘devastating’ impact
The application was received on Wednesday, December 21, 2011. It was highly contested by locals, with over 400 comments being posted on Torridge District Council’s planning website. The application was later denied.
Senvion concludes 33 megawatt contract with Innogy Renewables UK Ltd.
Hamburg/Edinburgh: Senvion, a leading global manufacturer of wind turbines, has signed a contract with Innogy Renewables UK Ltd. to supply 16 wind turbines from its two megawatts (MW) series for the Mynydd y Gwair wind farm in South Wales.
Senvion grabs RWE contract
RWE has confirmed it has awarded a contract to German turbine supplier Senvion to supply all 28 turbines to its 57.4MW Brechfa Forest West Wind Farm in Wales.
to-the-point: RWE in Wales awards 57.4-MW turbine order to Senvion
Under the deal, financial details on which were not revealed, Senvion will supply 28 units of 2.05-MW turbines with a maximum tip height of up to 145 metres.
Proposal to build Britain’s biggest solar farm near Whitstable (Cleve Hill)
Developers have today unveiled plans to blanket 890 acres of farmland near Graveney with the energy-producing panels.

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