Header Area Not Logged on, Max pages: 5( Seen ) ID:2044 Ind:1
- 5 - YESYESU WSHW: /5

the renewable exchange
Loading
Page views this IP this session = of 5 unsubscribed pages

Foxburrow Solar Farm

Cansee = YES

Subscribers see an interactive map with Foxburrow Solar Farm and local projects displayed.

Subscribe for 100 to have full access to all Solar projects and details.


Subscribe to Solar for exact generator location including nearby generators
For an example of a solar project see: Lenham Solar Farm


Subscribe for 500 to include full csv downloads of all Solar project data.

To create a login account see: User Registration. This will allow 30 page views each session rather than 5

One subscription covers your organisation / school / university / company . NOT per user

Foxburrow Solar Farm (Solar , Active)

 General Information.

Location in the UK : England, martlesham heath    
Type of installation: Solar    on/offshore: on
Solar Panels :32500  Capacity : 0 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: October 2014

/YES

 Comment

The 32,500-panel solar farm at Foxburrow Farm will sell all its electricity to the Adastral Park site at Martlesham Heath near Ipswich.

UK Sustainable Energy, which will run the solar farm, said it would provide about half the BT site's energy a year.

 Address

Subscribed version includes full address details of project site

 Associated Companies.

Subscribed version includes associated companies along with address and other contact details, also link to company and crossreference to their projects (still being populated, 90% complete for Solar projects)
Subscriber Register

 DECC Data on this Project: Foxburrow DECC Reference:

Subscribed version includes access to DECC data where it exists for this project.
Also facility to include a mix of DECC data within csv downloads

Subscriber Register

 OFGEM Data on this Project: Foxburrow : Solar OFGEM Reference:

Subscribed version includes access to OFGEM data where it exists for this project.
Also facility to include a mix of OFGEM data within csv downloads

Subscriber Register

 Any Comment (New: Uses Disqus)

comments powered by Disqus

Project Info
Brightwell: Objectors claim huge solar farm proposal will damage landscape
The scheme submitted by UK Sustainable Energy at FOXBURROW Farm, Brightwell will generate 8MW of power, but this will eventually be almost doubled when a site at Walk Barn Farm, Newbourne, is added to the development.

BT Adastral Park site signs 26m solar farm deal
BT's research and innovation centre in Suffolk has signed a 26m deal to buy energy from a new solar farm The 32,500-panel solar farm at FOXBURROW Farm will sell all its electricity to the Adastral Park site at Martlesham Heath near Ipswich.

©2017 Simon Mallett

Latest News Added
River Coiltie Hydro: Works Due to Start
Access remains open across the entire site throughout construction but please be aware that it is an active construction site.
Source: canoescotland, Date and Time of entry: 16 February 2018 00:00

(2013) Wiltshire village set for solar farm
The solar farm has been proposed for a site in Codford, Wiltshire, and a planning application has now been submitted to the local council highlighting necessary work and all additional developments.
Source: evoenergy, Date and Time of entry: 08 February 2018 00:00

UK built half of Europe's offshore wind power in 2017
Britain accounted for more than half of the new offshore wind power capacity built in Europe last year, as the sector broke installation records across the continent.
Source: guardian, Date and Time of entry: 08 February 2018 00:00

Advice not to oppose Windy Standard turbine expansion
The scheme would see 20 turbines added to the current 66 already in operation at Windy Standard north of Carsphairn.
Source: bbc, Date and Time of entry: 08 February 2018 00:00

Brockloch Rig III
(Windy Standard) Brockloch Rig Wind Ltd (a Fred. Olsen Renewables Ltd company) are investigating the potential to extend the Brockloch Rig Wind Farm at Carsphairn Forest in Dumfries and Galloway.
Source: fredolson, Date and Time of entry: 08 February 2018 00:00

©2017 Simon Mallett