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Worthy Solar Farm (Solar , Active)

 General Information.

Location in the UK : England, Glastonbury    
Type of installation: Solar    on/offshore: on
Solar Panels :1112  Capacity : 0.2 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: November 2010

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The modules were provided by Durham-based manufacturer, Romag, which supplied 1,112 panels. SolarMax inverters from Sputnik Engineering were also chosen for the site.

“The solar plant is our figurehead. This has brought us one big step closer to our goal of operating the farm as ecologically as possible.”

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Project Info
​Giant wind turbine to be built in HolsWORTHY after campaigners lose battle Read
The 77-metre high machine is due to be built on land at Youldon, Sutcombe near HolsWORTHY.

Ecotricity wins approval for new hybrid renewable energy sites
The new ‘sun parks’ in BulkWORTHY in Devon, and Dalby in Leicestershire, will join with existing wind farms and use their grid connections to increase the number of UK hybrid energy parks in Britain. Extension at Fen Farm

RWE takes wing at BatsWORTHY Cross
(April 2015) RWE Innogy UK will kick off construction of the 18MW BatsWORTHY Cross wind farm in north Devon next month.

Eco Energy World connects 70MW of UK solar
The recently-connected solar farm sites in full are: 15MW Highfields Farm in Essex, 15MW Castle Eaton Farm in Swindon, 15MW PitWORTHY Farm in Devon, 13MW Spriggs Farm in Essex; and 9.6MW High Penn Farm in Wiltshire.

Solar farm approved to be built on land at Crinacott Farm
The site stretches across six fields on land at Crinacott Farm near HolsWORTHY. The 42 acre (17 hectare) solar farm will consist of 1,331 racks of photovoltaic panels. Each rack will hold 24 panels.

©2017 Simon Mallett

Latest News Added
Wind farm being sued by families admits its liability
The case against Enercon Windfarm Services Ireland Ltd and Carrigcannon Wind Farm Ltd was taken by the Shivnen family and another six households in Banteer including couples, families, and one single occupant.
Source: irishexaminer, Date and Time of entry: 22 September 2017 00:00

Cork village families settle action against wind turbine operators
The cases against Enercon Windfarm Services Ireland Ltd and Carrigcannon Wind Farm Ltd were taken by the Shivnen family and others including couples, families, and one single occupant.
Source: irishexaminer, Date and Time of entry: 22 September 2017 00:00

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.
Source: murrayassoc, Date and Time of entry: 19 September 2017 00:00

(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

©2017 Simon Mallett