News and media

  • Vattenfall, the Hexham-based energy company, has kicked off preparations for a significant wind farm investment fund to benefit a community in Northumberland.

  • Construction remembered…

    2015-10-05 | Kentishflatsextension blog feed
    Looking back to June – here is a little clip of MHI Vestas loading our turbine components onto the “The Neptune” in Denmark.  All done with a timelapse camera.   Many thanks to MHI Vestas for their help in making this happen.        
  • Community Fund – Autumn Drop ins

    2015-10-01 | Pen y Cymoedd Wind Energy Project
    We are holding a series of drop in sessions during October. These will be our final drop ins before the Board of Directors take over the management of the Community Fund. To ensure that we can fairly allocate enough time to each interested party we encourage you to tell us which session you would prefer Read more...
  • Community Fund – Summer Drop ins – Feedback and Thank you!

    2015-10-01 | Pen y Cymoedd Wind Energy Project
    Around 100 of you came along to our Community Fund drop ins just before the Summer. We would like to thank you for taking the time to come and talk to us and hope you have made good progress developing your ideas since then. You asked us many questions at the events and we were Read more...
  • Pen y Cymoedd wind farm Community Fund gearing up for first payments in 2016.

  • Board Member Recruitment – Press Release

    2015-09-29 | Pen y Cymoedd Wind Energy Project
    We sent out this press release to local media today. Wales’s largest wind farm community fund starts board member recruitment Pen y Cymoedd wind farm Community Fund gearing up for first payments in 2016 Vattenfall, the Swedish energy company, has started recruitment for board members who will manage Wales’s largest community energy fund. Following extensive Read more...
  • The local poet

    2015-09-28 | Pen y Cymoedd Wind Energy Project
    Following the distribution of our latest newsletter, former police officer David Edwards from Llwydcoed, Aberdare wrote to us with a creative poem. The poem is about the changes in energy production, from coal to wind within the valleys and we were taken by surprise at the thought that had gone into this fantastic piece of work. We asked David if we Read more...
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