Parc Cynog

Parc Cynog has been generating wind energy for over a decade. In 2013, the project produced enough electricity to power 4,800 UK homes, based on an UK average domestic consumption.

The initial five turbine project at Parc Cynog started its operational life in 2001, five years after the first wind farm was built in the UK. It was extended in 2009 and today 11 turbines are in operation at Parc Cynog.

The project makes an important contribution to the Welsh economy, with around £400,000 invested into the Welsh economy through the maintenance, servicing and operation of the site.

The site is popular with local schools, and has hosted hundreds of schoolchildren who come to learn more about the project and life on the farm at Parc Cynog.

Working with the local community

 

 

 In 2010, the project's community fund was launched with an open day at the wind farm. Local schools were involved in designing the logo for the wind farm. More than 200 local residents attended the launch, sharing their hopes and ideas for the community fund.

Community Feedback Report

In cooperation with the Castle Lloyd Farm landowners, Vattenfall opened up a woodland walk to the local community, which takes walkers through an unspoilt wooded valley. This habitat, which was previously hidden, is now open for residents and visitors to enjoy.

Woodland Walk Fact Sheet

Last updated: 2014-10-14 15:16