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OFGEM: Renewable Energy Installation data presented in a user friendly format

Download of OFGEM Data. (Original Data as a downloadable csv etc can be found on the OFGEM website or see "Additional Maps" to the left)

Search using: By Technology: Also shows link to Renewables Map project data in Reference Column,
eg 1940
  By Capacity: From: MW To: MW eg. 5 to 15
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Current Listing of Renewable Energy Schemes from OFGEM Database, a public resource.
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Total sites listed above = Total Potential Capacity = 0 MW


Recent News:

UK Government announces plans to quadruple offshore wind power by 2030
Energy Minister Kwasi Kwarteng announced the move, which aims to the help the UK increase offshore wind power from 10 GW to 40 GW by 2030. Itís claimed the improvement could help power an extra 14 million homes with wind energy.
Source: evwind, Date and Time of entry: 21 September 2020 00:00

A 50-turbine wind farm in southern Scotland will be up and running by 2023
South Kyle Windfarm, near Dalmellington, is set to be the firmís largest onshore wind farm in the United Kingdom.
Source: euronews, Date and Time of entry: 21 September 2020 00:00

RWE looks to refresh Enoch Hill
RWE has filed a planning application to optimise the consented Enoch Hill wind farm in East Ayrshire, Scotland
Source: renews, Date and Time of entry: 21 September 2020 00:00

Scots green light for Enoch Hill
The Scottish government has given approval to Eon to reduce the number of turbines to 16 from 19 at its proposed over 54MW Enoch Hill wind farm in Scotland.
Date and Time of entry: 21 September 2020 00:00

Eon victorious in Robin Rigg case
The UK Supreme Court has ruled in favour of utility Eon in the long-running dispute over foundation issues at the 174MW Robin Rigg offshore wind farm between Scotland and England.
Source: renews, Date and Time of entry: 21 September 2020 00:00


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