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List of major Renewable Energy Schemes in the UK going live in 2019
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  Magheramore Wind Farm Wind 14.4 S.Ireland Co. Mayo 0 / 2019 12/02/2019  
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  Ballykinava Wind Farm Wind 14.4 S.Ireland Co. Mayo 0 / 2019 12/02/2019  
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  Cloontoa Wind Farm Wind 14.4 S.Ireland Co. Mayo 0 / 2019 12/02/2019  
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  Kilathmoy Wind Farm Wind 23.1 S.Ireland Co. Limerick 0 / 2019 14/02/2019  
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  Raskiftet Wind Farm Wind 111.6 Norway Hedmark 0 / 2019 29/06/2019  
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  Storheia Wind Farm Wind 288 Norway Sør-Trøndelag 0 / 2019 30/05/2019  
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  Kingspan Wind Farm Wind 1.8 Wales Flintshire 1 / 2019 27/05/2020  
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  Tom nan Clach Wind Farm Wind 30 Scotland Inverness-shire 3 / 2019 27/05/2020  
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  Warmwell Waste 2 England DT2 8HU Dorset 4 / 2019 20/02/2017  
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  Dromadda Beg Wind Farm Wind 10.2 S.Ireland Co. Kerry 4 / 2019 11/04/2019  
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  Lathom Solar Farm Solar 2.5 England L40 6JB Lancashire 5 / 2019 27/05/2020  
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  Beatrice Wind Farm Wind 10 Scotland AB10 6BZ Caithness 6 / 2019 06/10/2020  
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  Huntington Solar Farm Solar 7.2 England CH3 6EA Cheshire 7 / 2019 26/05/2020  
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  Clifton Marsh Solar Farm Solar 3.2 England PR4 0XE Lancashire 8 / 2019 26/05/2020  
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  Kype Muir Wind Farm Wind 104 Scotland Lanarkshire 9 / 2019 27/05/2020  
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  Bjerkreim Wind Farm Wind 294 Norway Rogoland 12 / 2019 29/05/2019  
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  Jaywick Solar Farm Solar 0.89 England CO15 2NY Essex 12 / 2019 26/05/2020  
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  Kingspan Wind Farm Wind 1.8 Wales CH8 7GJ Flintshire 1 / 2019 27/05/2020  
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Recent News:

Powering all UK homes via offshore wind by 2030 'will need £50bn'
Boris Johnson’s bold new vision for offshore wind to power every home in the UK by 2030 would require almost £50bn in investment and the equivalent of one turbine to be installed every weekday for the whole of the next decade
Source: guardian, Date and Time of entry: 07 October 2020 00:00

More offshore wind is welcome, but we have to keep the jobs it creates in the UK
If this sounds familiar, it’s because this commitment from the Tory party was already made in its 2019 election manifesto, with the full backing of the offshore wind industry.
Source: guardian, Date and Time of entry: 07 October 2020 00:00

Construction Starts on World’s Largest Offshore Wind Project
Dogger Bank Wind Farms, a joint venture between SSE Renewables and Equinor, is made up of three offshore wind farm sites in the North Sea, Creyke Beck A , Creyke Beck B, and Teesside A.
Source: offshorewind, Date and Time of entry: 07 October 2020 00:00

Foundations for World’s Largest Floating Wind Farm Ready for Load-Out
The first three floating foundations built by the Navantia-Windar consortium for the Kincardine offshore wind farm are ready to be loaded out from Navantia’s yard in Fene, Spain.
Source: offshorewind, Date and Time of entry: 07 October 2020 00:00

Open up offshore windfarm subsidy scheme, urges Scottish Power
Scottish Power has urged government officials to open up next year’s offshore wind subsidy auction to as many new projects as possible in order to deliver a “huge wave” of investment and jobs following the pandemic.
Source: guardian, Date and Time of entry: 07 October 2020 00:00



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