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Askam (Delete , Deleted)
Location in the UK : England, North West Type of installation: Delete on/offshore: on Turbines :0 Capacity : 2.303 MW Approx Date of 1st power generation: July 1999
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Dalton residents protest against solar farm plans Almost 20 people protest about plans to construct a 25 acre solar farm on the outskirts of the town.
The plans, which have been submitted to Barrow Borough Council, suggest the farm will lie between Dalton and ASKAM, near to the A595 roundabout.
Switch-off for noisy wind farms At ASKAM wind farm, which comprises seven turbines, a control system was installed to turn off the machines when wind speeds get too high. Also 12 Turbines at Lissett, near Bridlington
York set for 400kW ‘HyperHub’ solar carport with storage. Monks Cross carport backed up with battery storage is set to be built in York as part of its 'HyperHubs' project.The solar carport has a proposed generation capacity of up to 400kW, powering a mix of 160kW and 7kW electric vehicle (EV) chargers. Source: spp, Date and Time of entry: 18 September 2019 00:00