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Wick Farm Solar Farm (Solar , Active)

 General Information.

Location in the UK : England, BS24 0HD    
Type of installation: Solar    on/offshore: on
Solar Panels :0  Capacity : 19 MW
Acreage:90   or approx Hectares : 36
Approx Date of 1st power generation: June 2016

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NB Solar Farm on OFGEM shown as 4MW, DECC shows 19MW, looking at Google Maps, satellite view indicates the larger. Hadstone also say 19MW
The solar farm will have the ability to produce 19 million hours of renewable electricity. The site has been selected as the landscape is very low lying, and there is almost no visibility from public roads or other public rights of way. Land grade is low. A Point of Connection offer has been received from the local electricity company, Western Power. Planning permission was granted in October 2014.

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Project Info
Location Map

Hadstone: WICK FARM

Hadstone Energy: WICK FARM

Huge solar farm planned for Berrow and Brent Knoll
Developer Hadstone Energy intend to build the farm on land south of WICK FARM in the parishes of Berrow and Brent Knoll.

Solar power snub for South West as Scotland wins subsidy auction
Details of the first auction under the new “contracts for difference” scheme revealed that just one of 27 approved projects was south of Bristol – the 19.1megawatt (MW) WICK FARM solar park in Somerset.

©2017 Simon Mallett

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