Snowdonia hydro-turbine marks major National Trust green energy project

Power from at Hafod y Llan in Snowdonia will be sold via the grid to a green energy firm and the money invested in conservation

A hydroelectric turbine in Snowdonia, Wales will begin generating power on Wednesday in the National Trust's first large-scale renewable energy project.

Power generated by a turbine installed on a river at the trust's Hafod y Llan farm on the south flanks of Snowdon will be sold via the grid to energy company Good Energy.

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