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The 0.6 MWp St. Nicholas Solar Farm in Kent consists of 2,400 ground-mounted photovoltaic modules over an area of 1.17 hectares and will meet the annual electricity requirements of around 150 households, saving 7,000 tonnes CO2 over the lifetime of the project.
St Nicholas Solar Farm (Solar , Active) Location in the UK : England, Kent, St Nicholas at Wade, Thanet
Type of installation: Solar on/offshore: on
Solar Panels :0 Capacity : 0.6 MW
Acreage:3 or approx Hectares : 1.2
Approx Date of 1st power generation: July 2011
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Couple settle secretly over wind farm case at High Court
Julian and Sarah Davis, of Grays Farm, in Deeping ST NICHOLAS, launched a claim and an injunction against defendants including Fenland Windfarms and Fenland Green Power Co-operative
Couple launch landmark battle to silence turbines
They claim it became so intolerable they were forced to move from their home in Deeping ST NICHOLAS, Lincolnshire, six months after the eight-turbine wind farm began operating just over half a mile from their home in 2006.
Noisy wind farm 'drove couple out of their home'
Jane and Julian Davis, moved out of Grays Farm, Deeping ST NICHOLAS, near Spalding, Lincs, four years ago because of the strain of living with the incessant noise.
|Latest News Added
The 1.8 gigawatt (GW) capacity project would meet the equivalent electricity needs of 5% of UK households* - around 1.3 million homes.
Source: vattenfall, Date and Time of entry: 16 November 2018 00:00
In August 2018, SSE submitted a Section 36 Application to Scottish Ministers seeking consent to replace the existing 22 operational turbines for 16 modern, more efficient machines.
Source: sse, Date and Time of entry: 16 November 2018 00:00
Plans to expand Crystal Rig wind farm lodged
A bid has been lodged to expand a wind farm in the Lammermuir Hills, taking its turbine total to more than 100.
Source: bbc, Date and Time of entry: 16 November 2018 00:00
Extra 11 turbines at Crystal Rig wind farm
Fred Olsen Ltd, has submitted an application to the Scottish Government’s Energy Consents Unit for an additional 11 turbines to the south of the current wind farm site that has 91 turbines, developed in three separate stages.
Source: berwickshire news, Date and Time of entry: 16 November 2018 00:00
Heckington Fen Onshore Wind Farm
Application under section 36C to Vary the Existing s.36 Consent for the
Heckington Fen Wind Farm (‘the Variation Application’)
Source: ecotricity, Date and Time of entry: 28 June 2018 00:00