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List of major Renewable Energy Schemes in the UK going live in 1969
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  Foyers Hydro 305 Scotland Highland 6 / 1969 22/01/2015  
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Recent News:

People voice worries over impact of massive offshore wind farm
The open floor hearing into Vattenfall's application to build the Norfolk Vanguard wind farm off the coast of Happisburgh took place at Dereham Sixth Form College.
Source: edp24, Date and Time of entry: 25 April 2019 00:00

Rolling road blocks could hit Shropshire border routes
The Clocaenog Forest wind farm will see 27 turbines put up within the forest near the popular Llyn Brenig beauty spot in Denbighshire.
Source: shropshirestar, Date and Time of entry: 25 April 2019 00:00

Concrete pours start at 27-turbine Clocaenog Forest Wind Farm
Concrete pours to construct the turbine bases at Clocaenog Forest Wind Farm have started, and the civil engineering contractor is using on-site batching plants to reduce vehicle journeys.
Source: jones-bros, Date and Time of entry: 25 April 2019 00:00

Britain breaks coal-free power record over Easter weekend
Britain has broken its record for the longest continuous period without generating electricity from coal. National Grid said that the coal-free period lasted more than 90 hours before coming to an end on Monday afternoon.
Source: bbc, Date and Time of entry: 24 April 2019 00:00

Wind farm developer considers subsidy bid
THE TEAM behind the proposed Mossy Hill wind farm says it is now considering its bid for government subsidy after the development received planning permission.
Source: shetlandnews, Date and Time of entry: 24 April 2019 00:00



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