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Stone Farm Solar Farm (Solar , Active)

 General Information.

Location in the UK : England, Newport, Isle of Wight    
Type of installation: Solar    on/offshore: on
Solar Panels :0  Capacity : 0.36 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: July 2011

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Stone Farm - project known as "Blackwater". BKS Energy successfully completed the 320KW solar farm just days ahead of the feed-in tariff alterations. Working together with the Isle of Wight Planning department and Scottish and Southern Electric, the company was able to finalise the project despite the uncertainty caused by the Fast-Track Review.

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Project Info
Council refuse three solar farm plans in Horsham and South Downs
The third application proposed for HuddleSTONE FARM in Steyning, by Inazin, which can be viewed from Steyning Walk, a popular tourist attraction, was the only plan to be recommended for refusal

HuddleSTONE FARM Solar Scheme
Factors to consider and why Steyning 10:10 is supporting the Planning Appeal

Solar Farm BKS Energy

Proposal for another solar farm submitted
Lee Farm Blackwater STONE FARM Durrants Farm Porchfield. It would produce five megawatts of electricity, enough to supply around 4,500 people.

©2017 Simon Mallett

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