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  • Northumberland wind farm boosts region’s fight against climate change Vattenfall’s Ray Wind Farm produces power for the first time Vattenfall, the Hexham based energy company, announced today that the 16 turbine Ray Wind Farm has started to generate green electricity for the first time, helping to reduce emissions and combat climate change. Construction of Ray Read more...
  • 188,000 homes per annum

    2017-02-01 | Pen y Cymoedd Wind Energy Project
    Our latest wind data recorded at the site expects Pen y Cymoedd to produce enough power annually to meet the electricity demand of more than 188,000 UK households* and will more than meet the domestic demand of host local authorities Rhondda Cynon Taf and Neath Port Talbot. Over the lifetime of the project, it is expected Read more...
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  • Our latest newsletter

    2016-12-07 | Pen y Cymoedd Wind Energy Project
    Our latest newsletter is currently on its way to around 42,000 local homes. If you haven’t received a copy please take a look at our online versions. Please note that all information contained in the newsletter is also published on this website. Download your English or Welsh version.
  • How to get in touch with Pen y Cymoedd Community Fund CIC

    2016-12-05 | Pen y Cymoedd Wind Energy Project
    Contact details for the Pen y Cymoedd Wind Farm Community Fund Community Interest Company can be found on their website: http://penycymoeddcic.cymru/home/. You can also follow them on Twitter or like their page on Facebook.
  • New beginnings

    2016-12-05 | Pen y Cymoedd Wind Energy Project
    Construction started back in February 2014. Since then our construction team have: Newly constructed or upgraded 80km of access track Constructed 76 turbine foundations Constructed two sub stations Installed 105km of underground high voltage cable Installed a large majority of the turbines Exported first power With the project expected to be fully operational in early Read more...
  • To support and manage the Community Fund, the six Pen y Cymoedd Community Interest Company Board members have been busy appointing two new members of staff. Meet Barbara below. Barbara Anglezarke is the Executive Director of the Fund, responsible for day-to-day management and strategic leadership. Barbara has managed grant programmes in both the voluntary and public Read more...
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