Interactive Map of Renewable and Alternative Energy Projects in the UK

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Last update on site = 20/04/2014

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Latest solar farm plan sparks outrage
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Applications wanted for Kelburn windfarm cash
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WIND FARMS STORM AHEAD TO MEET RENEWABLE ENERGY TARGETS
The latest project to draw down on this facility is Kelburn wind farm in North Ayrshire, Scotland, which required a 56 million debt package to fund its construction and operation.

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