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Wind farm starts producing power

Friday November 27 2015

Rapin the Wind Rapin the Wind

CONSTRUCTION work is complete at a new wind farm which has now begun producing power for the local grid.

EDF Energy Renewables said the Park Spring wind farm - which has three turbines - is capable of producing enough electricity to meet the annual needs of approximately 4,600 homes

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Reply Posted by steve on Friday November 27 2015 at 09:23
I can see these 3 new wind turbines from my dinning room window,and the 1 built 6 months earlier by the Four Winds Energy Co-op.making 4,the one owed by the The Four Winds Energy Co-op generates on a regular basis (i can see it turning ) whilist out the 3 owed by EDF only on the odd day all 3 are turning ,this morning only 2 are turning ,yesterday it was only 1,whilist the The Four Winds Energy Co-op windmill just spins away in the slightest breeze,It seems to me something is at fault with the EDF wind turbines,others I has seen erected have be turning after 3 days,these took 6 weeks after the blades were put on,or I suspect the location is not ideal