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  • Community Fund FAQs

    2015-08-24 | Pen y Cymoedd Wind Energy Project
    Many of you have been in touch with questions about the Community Fund. We look forward to seeing some of you at the Autumn drop ins, but in the meantime please take a look at this Community Fund Fact Sheet where you will find answers to some of the questions we have been receiving, which include: Who Read more...
  • Coast Explorer – see for yourself

    2015-08-19 | Kentishflatsextension blog feed
    We are now coming to the end of the 2015 intake of coast explorers with only two schools left to see.  At the end of this year, we will have reached 1000 children. Vattenfall is extremely proud and happy to be part of this project – click on the link to meet the Coast Explorer team. Read more...
  • Whitstable Harbour Day

    2015-08-19 | Kentishflatsextension blog feed
    Vattenfall sponsored Whitstable Harbour Day for the fifth year running. Harbour Day is a great community event and this year competed with the Town Regatta and the Herne Bay Air Show.  Despite such tough competition there was a steady flow of people passing through and it was good to see just how many organisations supported the event.     Read more...
  • Crabbing mad

    2015-08-19 | Kentishflatsextension blog feed
    Vattenfall have supported the Oyster Festival for five years but this is the second year we have honed in on the crabbing action.    This year five of the KFE project team assisted in judging with the advance warning that it would be bedlam and the judges would be put under a lot of pressure from Read more...
  • Vattenfall stops development of Conwy wind energy project

    2015-08-17 | Press release
    Category: Projects, UK | Tags: Nant Bach

    Vattenfall, the Swedish energy company, said today it is stopping the development of the 11 turbine Nant Bach wind energy project in north Wales, after ten years in development and four years since gaining planning consent.

  • Final turbine installed at KFE

    2015-08-10 | Kentishflatsextension blog feed
    We are delighted to announce that the final turbine has now been installed at the Kentish Flats Extension site and bang on schedule.   Considering the amount of variables involved working offshore, this is a real achievement and as a result of a proper team effort.   We now say goodbye to “Neptune”, the jack up vessel  who Read more...
  • Ramsgate – a proper local affair

    2015-08-10 | Kentishflatsextension blog feed
    Craig Mackinlay opened our newly refurbished site office in Ramsgate on Wednesday in front of staff and contractors. Our Operations and Maintenance building is now officially up and running having been refurbished and extended to accommodate more staff.  The facilities have also been upgraded with a new drying room for wet gear and auditorium for staff training/meetings Read more...
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