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West Kingsdown Solar Farm (Solar , Cancelled) Location in the UK : England, West Kingsdown
Type of installation: Solar on/offshore: on
Solar Panels :0 Capacity : 16 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation:
The park could produce 16 megawatts of electricity a year – enough to power 6,500 homes – and reduce CO2 emissions by 7,740 tonnes a year.
Ground-mounted solar panels would be installed, and the electricity produced sold back to the National Grid.
Read more: http://www.courier.co.uk/Energy-company-hopes-build-solar-park-West/story-18411961-detail/story.html#ixzz3UAegRqdt
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Energy company hopes to build solar park in WEST KINGSDOWN
The site between Crowhurst Lane and Fawkham Road has been earmarked for the project which is in the early stages of negotiation. Hive Energy, a solar park developer, has sent a screening letter to Sevenoaks District Council
Solar farm plans withdrawn
A planning application to build a 93-acre solar park and install around 72,000 panels on land located between Fawkham Road and Crowhurst Lane, near the M20 in WEST KINGSDOWN, has been withdrawn by developers, Hive Energy.
Solar park suggested for WEST KINGSDOWN
Hive Energy has asked Sevenoaks District Council for it's views on the plan before any formal application for planning is made.
Cloud hangs over solar park plans
The 93-acre development, which would provide enough electricity to power almost 5,500 homes, has been given the thumbs down by the parish councils of WEST KINGSDOWN, Fawkham and Ash-cum-Ridley.
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