Posts Tagged ‘Welsh’

Charging ahead: Welsh battery scheme may aid growth of green energy

One of the UK’s largest battery storage schemes, built next to a windfarm, will offer vital services to the National Grid Nestling alongside rows of conifers and wind turbines in a Welsh valley, a pioneering project will materialise this summer that could prove a blueprint for unlocking Britain’s renewable energy potential. The Upper Afan Valley […]

Coal mines to turbines: how energy shapes the Welsh landscape – in pictures

Photographer Richard Jones’s Energy+Notion project tells the story of energy in Wales, from the remnants of coal mining that shaped its towns and landscapes to the new windfarms springing up where the mines once stood • These photos feature as part of a touring digital installation and photo exhibition. The next venue is Blackwood Miners’ […]

Windfarm opens on former Welsh coal mine site

Oakdale Colliery wind power project expected to deliver annual carbon savings of 4,400 tonnes, reports BusinessGreen An old coal mine spoil tip is to provide the location for the UK’s latest wind energy project, as Partnerships for Renewables on Thursday prepares to cut the ribbon on a pioneering new two turbine development in South Wales. […]

Welsh Tory leader slammed over wind turbine plan

Welsh Conservative Assembly Opposition leader Andrew RT Davies has been accused of undermining his party’s opposition to wind farms after an application to build a 99.5-metre high wind turbine on his land was submitted. View full post on Wind Power News