Wales' largest onshore wind farm reaches full power

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Vattenfall's Pen y Cymoedd Wind Energy Project promises to deliver enough power for 13 per cent of Welsh households

Thirty-eight months after construction started, one of the UK's largest onshore wind farms has come fully online, promising to cut carbon emissions by more than 300,000 tonnes a year. Vattenfall announced...

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