Interactive Map of Renewable and Alternative Energy Projects in the UK

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Renewable Energy Resources in the UK



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Wind
Active Wind Turbine
Wind Turbine being built
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CHP
Active CHP
CHP approved or being built
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Bmass
Active Biomass
Biomass being built
Planned/ proposed Biomass
Hydro
Active Hydro Scheme
Hydro Scheme being built
Proposed / Plannded Hydro Scheme
Waste
Active Waste Scheme
Waste Scheme being built
Proposed / Plannded Waste Scheme
Solar
Active Solar Farm
Solar Farm being built
Proposed / Planned Solar Farm

Waste includes landfill gas and incineration

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Currently showing: generating; Both on and offshore For All UK
Total Capacity shown in MW = 18790.4376    Total Installations shown = 835
Last update on site = 18/12/2014

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