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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,
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Current Listing of Renewable Energy Schemes from OFGEM Database, a public resource.
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Count Reference Generator Name Country commission date Operator capacity kW
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Total sites listed above = Total Potential Capacity = 0 MW


Recent News:

the ‘world’s largest floating wind farm’ Off Aberdeen
Norway’s Statkraft said Tuesday that a long-term purchasing agreement related to a floating offshore wind farm dubbed “the world’s largest” had started, in another step forward for the emerging renewable energy sector.
Source: cnbc, Date and Time of entry: 24 September 2021 00:00

Rampion wind farm: Objections raised over proposed extension
Owners of the Rampion wind farm, based off the West Sussex coast, have proposed building more than 100 new turbines.
Source: bbc, Date and Time of entry: 24 September 2021 00:00

Financing secured for €150 million Oweninny wind farm project
The project is to be financed with long-term debt from a consortium of banks including AIB, BNP Paribas and the European Investment Bank (EIB).
Source: irishtimes, Date and Time of entry: 24 September 2021 00:00

World’s Largest Floating Wind Farm Starts Operating
he installation of the wind turbines at Kincardine, the world’s largest floating wind farm, has marked the start of the long-term Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) between Statkraft and Kincardine Offshore Windfarm Ltd (KOWL).
Source: offshorewind, Date and Time of entry: 24 September 2021 00:00

Wind turbine giant Siemens Gamesa claims world-first in blade recycling
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy said Tuesday it had launched a recyclable wind turbine blade, a move which represents the latest example of how the industry is attempting to find ways to re-use materials.
Source: cnbc, Date and Time of entry: 24 September 2021 00:00


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