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Blyth Harbour Wind Farm

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Blyth Harbour Wind Farm (Wind , Active)

 General Information.

Location in the UK : England, Northumberland    
Type of installation: Wind    on/offshore: on
Turbines :9  Capacity : 2.7 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: January 1993

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Blyth Harbour Wind Farm was one of the first wind farms to be built in England. In 1993 it was a far sighted local initiative which established Wansbeck, Blyth Valley and the North East at the forefront of the development of renewable energy long before the threats of global warming and climate change were widely recognised.

July 2008: The worlds two most powerful wind turbines, with blades up to 500ft in diameter, are to be built on the Northumberland coast in clear view of northeast Englands most renowned shorelines.

The 9 turbines have now been replaced with a single 3.4MW REPower turbine, largest onshore wind turbine in the UK.

Three further 3.4M104 turbines are set to be erected as part of a second repowering phase at Blyth Harbour. The re-development has been described as vital to securing future investment in the Port of Blyth.

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Capacity: 2.7
Start Speed: 5 m/s (11.185 mph)
Optimum Speed: 15 m/s (33.555 mph)
Stop Speed: 0 m/s (0 mph)

Local Weather Station:
Elevation of Weather Station:

Date for Wind forecast: 20/10/2020
Wind Speed at Weather Station: mph
Wind Direction:
Outputratio = 0.00
Output of Wind Farm = 0.0

Alternative Wind Speed: in mph Capacity: 2.7 start: 5 Optimum: 15/ Stop: 0 / wind: / ratio 354005


Weather Station Name : Tynemouth Latitude: 55.0179 Longitude: -1.4242 Elevation: 30

DateWind DirectionWind SpeedStart / StopCapacity Factor Output MW/hrGenerated MWhrs
12/07/2018 09:00:00N 9 5 / 0 0
12/07/2018 12:00:00NNE 7 5 / 0 0
12/07/2018 15:00:00NNE 7 5 / 0 0
12/07/2018 18:00:00N 9 5 / 0 0
12/07/2018 21:00:00N 7 5 / 0 0
13/07/2018N 4 5 / 0 0
13/07/2018 03:00:00N 4 5 / 0 0
13/07/2018 06:00:00NNE 2 5 / 0 0
13/07/2018 09:00:00ENE 4 5 / 0 0
13/07/2018 12:00:00E 7 5 / 0 0
13/07/2018 15:00:00ESE 7 5 / 0 0
13/07/2018 18:00:00SE 9 5 / 0 0
13/07/2018 21:00:00SE 7 5 / 0 0
14/07/2018SSW 4 5 / 0 0
14/07/2018 03:00:00SW 7 5 / 0 0
14/07/2018 06:00:00WSW 7 5 / 0 0
14/07/2018 09:00:00WSW 7 5 / 0 0
14/07/2018 12:00:00S 7 5 / 0 0
14/07/2018 15:00:00S 7 5 / 0 0
14/07/2018 18:00:00SW 7 5 / 0 0
14/07/2018 21:00:00WSW 4 5 / 0 0
15/07/2018WSW 4 5 / 0 0
15/07/2018 03:00:00SSW 4 5 / 0 0
15/07/2018 06:00:00SW 4 5 / 0 0
15/07/2018 09:00:00SSW 7 5 / 0 0
15/07/2018 12:00:00S 7 5 / 0 0
15/07/2018 15:00:00S 7 5 / 0 0
15/07/2018 18:00:00SSW 7 5 / 0 0
15/07/2018 21:00:00SW 4 5 / 0 0
16/07/2018S 4 5 / 0 0
16/07/2018 03:00:00SSW 4 5 / 0 0
16/07/2018 06:00:00SW 4 5 / 0 0
16/07/2018 09:00:00SSE 4 5 / 0 0
16/07/2018 12:00:00SE 7 5 / 0 0
16/07/2018 15:00:00SSW 7 5 / 0 0
16/07/2018 18:00:00SSE 7 5 / 0 0
16/07/2018 21:00:00ENE 4 5 / 0 0
Project Info
Giant turbines to make north Windy Central - Times

BLYTH HARBOUR Wind Farm

Port of Blyth - Wind Industry

UKs most powerful onshore turbine starts turning at BLYTH HARBOUR Wind Farm
REpowers 3.4M104 turbine, which has a rated power of 3.4 megawatts and a rotor diameter of 104 metres, has begun operating at the Hainsford Energys BLYTH HARBOUR Wind Farm in Northumberland as the first phase of repowering the 20-year old site.

Huge replacement wind turbines planned for BLYTH HARBOUR
SOME of the biggest and most powerful onshore wind turbines built in the UK so far are being lined up for the Northumberland coastline in a project to re-power one of the countrys oldest wind farms.

©2018 Simon Mallett
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Powering all UK homes via offshore wind by 2030 'will need 50bn'
Boris Johnsons 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, its 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

Construction Starts on Worlds Largest Offshore Wind Project
Dogger Bank Wind Farms, a joint venture between SSE Renewables and Equinor, is made up of three offshore wind farm sites in the North Sea, Creyke Beck A , Creyke Beck B, and Teesside A.
Source: offshorewind, Date and Time of entry: 07 October 2020 00:00

Foundations for Worlds Largest Floating Wind Farm Ready for Load-Out
The first three floating foundations built by the Navantia-Windar consortium for the Kincardine offshore wind farm are ready to be loaded out from Navantias yard in Fene, Spain.
Source: offshorewind, Date and Time of entry: 07 October 2020 00:00

Open up offshore windfarm subsidy scheme, urges Scottish Power
Scottish Power has urged government officials to open up next years offshore wind subsidy auction to as many new projects as possible in order to deliver a huge wave of investment and jobs following the pandemic.
Source: guardian, Date and Time of entry: 07 October 2020 00:00

©2017 Simon Mallett
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