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Lackford (Waste , Active, Waste - Landfill Gas) Location in the UK : England, Eastern England
Type of installation: Waste on/offshore: on
Turbines :0 Capacity : 1.17 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: April 2000
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Plans for solar farm near Carlisle set for approval
The ambitious development is being planned for four arable fields covering more than 28 acres near to Blackdyke Farm and Riding Centre at BLACKFORD, a few miles north of Carlisle.
North Cumbrian farmer gets go-ahead
John Collier, owner of Blackdyke Farm and Riding Centre at BLACKFORD, near Carlisle, has been granted permission to have a solar park installed on more than 28 acres of his land.
Solar farm plans on 39 hectare site in LACKFORD
LACKFORD Estate Solar Park Ltd, of London, has been given permission by St Edmundsbury Borough Council, for the 39 hectare site on agricultural land at LACKFORD Estate.
Low Carbon Announces Seventh Solar Park In UK For 2014 Ľ
Low Carbon, an investor, owner and operator of UK solar parks, has announced the commissioning of the LACKFORD Estate Solar Park, a 20.9MW solar park in Suffolk as part of a total of seven new UK solar parks commissioned in 2014.
EDF Burnfoot Hill Community Fund
The fund is provided by EDF Energy Renewables, the developer of the Burnfoot Hill Wind Farm. It benefits the community council areas of Alva, Dollar & Tillicoultry in Clackmannanshire and BLACKFORD and the hamlet of Glendevon in Perth and Kinross.
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Solar Farm on Romney Marsh
to the south of the A259. It covers an area of approximately 114 acres of land at Sycamore Farm and is equipped with around 73,000 solar panels,
Source: theromneymarsh, Date and Time of entry: 20 December 2018 00:00
Turning On N.Irelandís Largest Solar Project!
Lough Road a major solar development in Antrim, delivering over 32 MW of clean, renewable energy into the Northern Irish energy grid.
Source: lightsource, Date and Time of entry: 20 December 2018 00:00
Nostie Bridge power station receives water from Lochalsh Dam via a pipeway and is a relatively early example (1948) of the development of smaller scale one off hydro power schemes.
Source: sse, Date and Time of entry: 20 December 2018 00:00
The 1.8 gigawatt (GW) capacity project would meet the equivalent electricity needs of 5% of UK households* - around 1.3 million homes.
Source: vattenfall, Date and Time of entry: 16 November 2018 00:00
In August 2018, SSE submitted a Section 36 Application to Scottish Ministers seeking consent to replace the existing 22 operational turbines for 16 modern, more efficient machines.
Source: sse, Date and Time of entry: 16 November 2018 00:00