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DECC: REPD / RESTATS data presented in a user friendly format

Download of DECC Data. (Original Data REPD (Renewable Energy Planning Database / RESTATS) as a spreadsheet can be found on the .gov.uk website)

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Recent News:

LAND AT SOUTH FARM Public Consultation
Voltalia UK Ltd is proposing to develop the South Farm Solar Park near Spetisbury, Dorset, DT11 9EJ. The site is located around 1km to the south west of Spetisbury.
Source: voltalia, Date and Time of entry: 05 January 2022 00:00

Dorset locals hit out at huge 100,000-panel solar farm - South Farm
Countryside campaigners have hit out at a huge solar being built in the heart of Dorset that will send all its power to offices in the City of London.
Source: dailymail, Date and Time of entry: 05 January 2022 00:00

Windy Rig Wind Farm
Windy Rig Wind Farm is a subsidy-free project located on the Moorbrock Estate, 10km south of New Cumnock, Dumfries & Galloway.
Source: statkraft, Date and Time of entry: 20 December 2021 00:00

Plans for Kings Hill Solar Park on former pig farm
Kent County Council (KCC) has unveiled £3.5million plans to build Kings Hill Solar Park, near the Kent Scientific Services building in Abbey Wood Road, West Malling.
Source: kentonline, Date and Time of entry: 01 December 2021 00:00

Wales's biggest solar farm gets the go ahead
Controversial proposals for Wales’ largest solar farm have been given the green light. County councillors on Anglesey yesterday approved Countryside Renewables’ plans for the 49.9MW scheme covering 220 acres of farmland near Cemaes
Source: dailypost, Date and Time of entry: 01 December 2021 00:00



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