Maesgwyn Windfarm development

The wind farm comprises 13 Alstom E80 2MW turbines, which are a mix of 70m and 80m hub heights, which are the most suitable for the rugged topographical conditions on the site. The site can produce up to 26MWe

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Pant y Wal wind farm development

As well as producing clean, renewable energy, the completed project will contribute to a Community Benefit Fund (linked to the amount of energy they generate). This fund recently paid for the major refurbishment of the playground of a local school, including the installation of new modern equipment, which will benefit pupils for many years to come.

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Mynydd Bwllfa wind farm development

The finished windfarm comprises 9 Nordex N90 2.5MW turbines, which are 70m, 75m and 80m to the hub and 115m or 125m to the tip. The site is capable of producing up to 22.5MWe, which is the equivalent of the energy required to supply 15,000 homes.

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Fforch Nest wind farm development

The wind farm comprises 11 Nordex N90 2.5MW turbines, which are 70m to the hub and 115m to the tip. Situated on a steep upland site with boggy ground all around, a number of geostabilising techniques were used to provide access and operational safety.

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Parc Derwen Bridgend – A new Village

Bridgend County Borough Council had allocated 85 hectares of land near Bridgend, South Wales, for the development of a new village. The plan involved funding and work from various stakeholders, including Persimmon, Taylor Wimpey and the Welsh Assembly Government, to create 1500 new homes and associated amenities in the Parc Derwen area.

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Castlegate Caerphilly- Remediation Success Story

In 2002 Walters Land acquired a 60 acre brownfield industrial site on the outskirts of Caerphilly. It had been used for almost half a century as a landfill depository for colliery waste, power station ash, Chemical waste and other glass, rubber and paper waste products.

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