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BARNSLEY (Waste , Active, Waste - EFW)

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Location in the UK : England, West Midlands    
Type of installation: Waste    on/offshore: on
Turbines :0  Capacity : 0.86 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: April 2009

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Project Info
BARNSLEY Doncaster Rotherham Waste Partnership
BARNSLEY, Doncaster and Rotherham have almost 350,000 households, which last year between them produced around 340,000 tonnes of waste – almost one tonne per household. Bolton Road

Green light for £65m BARNSLEY waste wood to energy plant
Members of the council’s planning board voted to approve the plans last week (June 2), which will see a 20MW Renewable Energy Centre capable of processing 150,000 tonnes of waste wood each year built on the former Houghton Main Colliery in BARNSLEY.

BARNSLEY's proposed renewable energy centre is given green light
Plans by Peel Environmental to develop a £65m Renewable Energy Centre at the site of the former Houghton Main Colliery in BARNSLEY have been given the green light by BARNSLEY Council.

REpower and Banks Renewables sign contracts for two wind farms
. Hazlehead wind farm, 11 miles from BARNSLEY, will consist of three REpower MM82 turbines, whilst the slightly larger Marr development, near Doncaster, will consist of four MM92 turbines.

©2017 Simon Mallett

Latest News Added
Lightning strikes Irish turbine
A “severe” lightning strike has destroyed a blade on an Enercon E-48 turbine at the 3.2MW Meenanilta 3 wind farm in Ireland’s north west.
Source: renews, Date and Time of entry: 20 September 2017 00:00

Lurganboy Wind Farm
The site is a complex site consisting of rock outcrops and high montane plateau with full exposure to the Atlantic.
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(2005) Ireland's largest wind farm opens in Co Donegal - Meentycat
The massive project has taken 11 months to complete and features some of the biggest turbines installed in Ireland or Britain.
Source: irishtimes, Date and Time of entry: 18 September 2017 00:00

£1.3m wind farm row is settled
Saporito (Wind) Ltd claimed it contracted Vestas Danish Wind Technology to build three turbines for the Anarget Wind Farm.
Source: independent.ie, Date and Time of entry: 17 September 2017 00:00

MINNIGAP WIND FARM CONNECTION
SP Energy Networks is providing the connection for the Minnygap Wind Farm situated approximately 10km South West of Moffat. The connection will be provided via an underground cable from the wind farm to the existing Bearholm substation at Moffat.
Source: sp, Date and Time of entry: 16 September 2017 00:00

©2017 Simon Mallett