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AVONMOUTH (Waste , Active, Waste - EFW)

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Location in the UK : England, South West England    
Type of installation: Waste    on/offshore: on
Turbines :0  Capacity : 19.5 MW
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Project Info
AVONMOUTH to get four more wind turbine as work begins
They are being built as part of Wessex Water's AVONMOUTH Wind Power Project. The Bristol Port Company is already operating three turbines, owned by Ecotricity, on the land at Bristol Sewage Treatment Works.

AVONMOUTH Wind Turbines Project
(Bristol Port?) Planning permission was granted in 2009 to build two wind turbines on a former Shell Tank site in AVONMOUTH.

Four new wind turbines contribute to Bristol`s green capital credentials
Green energy company Triodos Renewables plc is installing four 126 metre wind turbines in AVONMOUTH following a deal with Wessex Water's renewable energy company GENeco.

AVONMOUTH to get four more wind turbine as work begins
Bristol-based Triodos Renewables said the 413ft (126m)-tall turbines close to AVONMOUTH docks, would produce enough energy to power 4,800 homes.

Biofuel power plant plan refused
An application to build a biofuel power station at AVONMOUTH, capable of powering 25,000 homes, has been refused by city councillors.

©2018 Simon Mallett
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Bardsey Island off North Wales could be powered entirely by tidal wave energy
Remote North Welsh island that is home to just FOUR PEOPLE all year will be entirely powered by 'blue energy' in world-first £1.2MILLION wave power scheme
Source: dailymail, Date and Time of entry: 17 November 2020 00:00

EU plans to increase offshore windfarm capacity by 250%
The capacity of the EUís offshore windfarms in the North Sea, the Baltic, the Atlantic, the Mediterranean and the Black Sea will be increased by 250%, under a draft plan drawn up by the European commission.
Source: guardian, Date and Time of entry: 17 November 2020 00:00

Could floating turbines power our homes?
A 96 megawatt (MW) wind farm capable of powering 90,000 homes is proposed for an area of sea 28 miles (45km) off Pembrokeshire by 2027.
Source: bbc, Date and Time of entry: 16 November 2020 00:00

Powering all UK homes via offshore wind by 2030 'will need £50bn'
Boris Johnsonís bold new vision for offshore wind to power every home in the UK by 2030 would require almost £50bn in investment and the equivalent of one turbine to be installed every weekday for the whole of the next decade
Source: guardian, Date and Time of entry: 07 October 2020 00:00

More offshore wind is welcome, but we have to keep the jobs it creates in the UK
If this sounds familiar, itís because this commitment from the Tory party was already made in its 2019 election manifesto, with the full backing of the offshore wind industry.
Source: guardian, Date and Time of entry: 07 October 2020 00:00

©2017 Simon Mallett
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