RWE to repower ageing Taff Ely wind farm

Jessica Shankleman
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Renewable energy company says improved technology can boost output while reducing impact on community

One of the UK's oldest wind farms could be given a new lease of life after RWE npower renewables kick-started the process to replace a 9MW facility in south Wales with bigger and better turbines. The...

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