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  • Turbine Component Deliveries – 27th July

    2016-07-26 | Ray Wind Farm
    On Wednesday 27th July we expect the following turbine component deliveries: 2 convoys from Blyth Convoy one is expected to arrive at site before 9am travelling from Blyth. Convoy two will be police escorted and is expected to leave Blyth at approximately 9:30am The convoys will travel along the A189, A19, A1 and then A696, Read more...
  • Turbine Component Deliveries – 26th July

    2016-07-25 | Ray Wind Farm
    On Tuesday 26th July we expect the following turbine component deliveries: 2 convoys from Blyth Convoy one is expected to arrive at site before 9am travelling from Blyth. Convoy two will be police escorted and is expected to leave Blyth at approximately 9:30am The convoys will travel along the A189, A19, A1 and then A696, Read more...
  • Turbine component deliveries – week commencing 25th July

    2016-07-25 | Pen y Cymoedd Wind Energy Project
    Please see below turbine component delivery information for the week commencing 20th June. Please note that these are expected times only. Please get in touch if further information is required. Morning deliveries are expected to leave Swansea Docks at around 09:30. Due to the length of time it takes for the components to travel to Read more...
  • Turbine Component Deliveries – 25th July

    2016-07-24 | Ray Wind Farm
    On Monday 25th July we expect the following turbine component deliveries: 1 convoy from Blyth This convoy is expected to arrive at site before 9am 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 above is Read more...
  • Turbine Component Deliveries – 22nd July

    2016-07-21 | Ray Wind Farm
    On Friday 22nd July we expect the following turbine component deliveries: 2 convoys from Blyth Convoy one is expected to arrive at site before 9am travelling from Blyth. Convoy two will be police escorted and is expected to leave Blyth at approximately 9:30am The convoys will travel along the A189, A19, A1 and then A696, Read more...
  • Green light for innovative offshore wind farm

    2016-07-21 | Press release
    Category: Projects, Supply Chain, UK | Tags: EOWDC

    Vattenfall takes 100% of company behind European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre.

    Vattenfall yesterday decided to invest more than £300mn to build Scotland’s largest offshore wind test and demonstration facility.

  • Turbine Component Deliveries – 21st July

    2016-07-20 | Ray Wind Farm
    On Thursday 21st July we expect the following turbine component deliveries: 2 convoys from Blyth Convoy one is expected to arrive at site before 9am travelling from Blyth. Convoy two will be police escorted and is expected to leave Blyth at approximately 9:30am The convoys will travel along the A189, A19, A1 and then A696, Read more...
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