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UK Projects

We have been investigating potential wind farm sites throughout the British Isles since 2003.

The sites shown here range from early development to construction and operation. To date, we have a project portfolio of over 500 MW, both in greenfield and brownfield projects.

Projects presented in teal are current Infinergy Projects.

Projects presented in blue have been acquired by third party investors.

Projects

Wear Point Wind Farm - 4 turbines

Milford Haven, Wales

Project : 4 wind turbines
Capacity : 8.2 megawatts
Status : Operational
Duration : 6 years
Challenge : Incorporating the turbines into the complex industrial site
Solution : Providing the site operator with an exemplary risk assessment

 

Ferndale Wind Farm - 8 turbines

Rhondda Valleys, Wales

Project : 8 wind turbines
Capacity : 6.4 megawatts
Models : Enercon E-48
Status : Operational
Duration : 18 months
Challenge : Accessing the turbines without disturbing current land use
Solution : Detailed design using existing farm tracks

 

 

Castle Pill Wind Farm - 4 turbines

Pembrokeshire, Wale

Project : 4 wind turbines
Capacity : 3.2 megawatts; 3 turbines of 900 kilowatts, 1 of 500 kilowatts
Models EWT and Nordtank
Status : Operational
Duration : 18 months
Challenge : Accessing the turbines without disturbing current land use
Solution : Detailed design using existing farm tracks

Burnbrae Farm Wind Turbine - 1 FiT turbine

South Lanarkshire, Scotland

Project : 1 Feed in Tariff wind turbine
Capacity : 500 kilowatts
Status : Operational
Duration : 9 months from feasibility to consent
Challenge : Submitting a high quality application ahead of locally competing projects
Solution : Effective project management tackling key planning issues

 

 

Lochluichart Wind Farm - 23 turbines

Highlands, Scotland

Project : 23 wind turbines
Capacity : 69 megawatts
Status : Developed to consent by Infinergy, now  constructed and owned by Eneco Wind UK Ltd
Duration : Up until planning consent: 5 years
Challenge : Reducing visibility of the wind farm from the surrounding countryside
Solution : Placing the turbines in such a way as to minimise visibility from public roads and open views