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Location in the UK : Wales,    
Type of installation: Biomass    on/offshore: on
Turbines :0  Capacity : 0 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: 2008

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A Powys project generating environmentally-friendly electricity from left-over food is to expand, doubling the amount of homes it serves.

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Project Info
Powys council opposes wind farms for Llanbadarn Fynydd and Carnedd Wen
The council's cabinet agreed at a meeting on Tuesday that it would oppose applications at Llanbadarn Fynydd, near NEWTOWN, and Carnedd Wen, Llanbrynmair.

Expert backing windfarm plan
The public inquiry, which will run until May next year, is discussing proposed windfarms in Llanbadarn Fynydd, near Llandrindod Wells; Llaithddu, near NEWTOWN; Llandinam, near Llanidloes; Llanbrynmair, near Machynlleth; Carnedd Wen, near Machynlleth

Llandinam Wind Farm Nr NEWTOWN Powys
Dismantle existing site & removal of 103 turbines; Erection of 42 x 3mw turbines on existing and extended site; crane hardstanding; access tracks;

Wind farm gets planning approval
Planning approval has been given for a wind farm in Carn Hill, NEWTOWNabbey, in County Antrim. Gaelectric is to build a 14 Megawatt wind farm of six wind turbines, capable of generating energy for 8,200 homes a year.

Cwm Harry Land Trust

©2017 Simon Mallett

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©2017 Simon Mallett