News and media

  • The people behind the project – Will Wason, Project Director

    2016-10-27 | Pen y Cymoedd Wind Energy Project
    Yesterday we were in the news as the project has achieved a major milestone – first power. It’s been a real team effort over the last few months to get to this point, and it means that we can now begin the process of commissioning the turbines ready for full operation, which we expect will Read more...
  • Onshore power boost to Wales’ renewable energy ambitions

  • A bird’s eye view – our latest drone footage.

    2016-10-26 | Pen y Cymoedd Wind Energy Project
    Take a look at our latest drone footage.
  • Onshore power boost to Wales’ renewable energy ambitions Wales’ largest onshore wind farm has generated clean electricity for the first time this month, as the project moves towards full operation. The export of power to the national grid heralds one of the biggest boosts this decade to delivering Wales’ green energy targets. Vattenfall, the Swedish Read more...
  • Reunited with her owner!

    2016-10-25 | Pen y Cymoedd Wind Energy Project
    Thank you to everyone who helped us reunite Seeka, the lovely dog with her owner via social media. She was found onsite earlier today by members of our construction team. Gwyn, Site Foreman for Jones Bros Balfour Beatty fed her and she has being drying out in our offices throughout the day. The owner is Read more...
  • Apprenticeship leads to life-changing career opportunity in renewables

    2016-10-25 | Pen y Cymoedd Wind Energy Project
    Michael Leach from Pontypridd has benefitted from a life-changing career opportunity in an industry he truly believes in, thanks to the Welsh Government’s apprenticeship programme. Michael, 31, is one of the first people to complete the new Level 3 Apprenticeship in Wind Turbine Operations and Maintenance in Wales. This has meant overcoming significant challenges including Read more...
  • Turbine Component Deliveries 26th October

    2016-10-25 | Ray Wind Farm
    On Wednesday 26th October we expect the following turbine component delivery: 1 convoy from Blyth This convoy is expected to arrive at site at around 12 noon, travelling from Blyth.  The convoy will travel along the A189, A19, A1 and then A696, to the Ray Estate, near Kirkwhelpington, Northumberland, to site. The status of the Read more...
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