Archive for January, 2009

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ScottishPower Renewables Confirms Plans for Lenchwick Windfarm

Thanks to everyone for a fantastic turn out  – over 100 Vale residents turned out on a bitterly cold Thursday evening to get the message over to ScottishPower Renewables that we don’t want an Industrial Wind Power Station in the Vale of Evesham.   Speaking to an audience of over 120 farmers at Thursday’s NFU […]

Iberdrola announce plans for UK new build Nuclear Power Station

  Iberdrola (Spanish owner of ScottishPower and ScottishPower Renewables) releases plans to capitalise on the British Governments pro-nuclear position Released 20th January 2009: Other news: Germans to invest £20bn in new UK nuclear plants For background information – from the Financial Times: “Energy companies are being offered a hidden subsidy to build new nuclear […]

ScottishPower Renewables Submits Planning Applications

As part of its plans for an Industrial Wind Power Plant in the Vale, ScottishPower Renewables has recently submitted planning applications for two 70m high anemometer (wind speed measuring) masts. The planning application is for a temporary period of three years, though ScottishPower Renewables have said that they anticipate submitting the planning application for the […]

Wind farm blights farmhouse

A couple who said their home has been blighted by noise from a wind farm have won a reduction in council tax. Go here for the original article: BBC NEWS | England  

ScottishPower Renewables Reneges on its Promises and Belatedly Publishes Map of Area

ScottishPower Renewables promised to have all questions raised at their drop-in session “responses will be sent to all those who filled in these questionnaires over the next month”  – that was on the 9th of December 2008 , however that hasn’t happened, in fact we are not aware of anyone that has yet been contacted […]

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