https://www.edp24.co.uk/news/business/connected-energy-receives-15-million-investment-9043458can only help
Vattenfall is eying the development of a renewable energy scheme at Mynydd Lluest y Graig in Mid Wales.
The Swedish multinational is considering a range of technologies for
the site, including solar panels, energy storage and wind turbine
Plans for the site in north Powys between the villages of Talerddig
and Llanerfyl were previously shelved in 2013 due to regulatory changes
in Britain, but given technological advancements the company has decided
to look at the site afresh.
“We’re looking forward to talking to the local community about this
renewable energy scheme and seeing what the full potential of the
project could be,” said Jonathan Hewett, Vattenfall’s project manager
for the scheme.
“The amount of investment planned through this scheme could be
transformative – supporting communities at a grass roots level to reduce
their energy bills, invest in the local economy over the long term and
build a real benefit from hosting the project.”
For those with an interest in CfD Allocation Round 4, the "sealed bid window" closed on the 16th of June.We're currently in the "allocation and audit" phase, and the winning bidders are dut to be announced on the 7-8 July, roughly a fortnight from now.https://www.cfdallocationround.uk/news/allocation-round-4-update-allocation-processhttps://www.cfdallocationround.uk/longest-timeline
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