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Community Energy London chair Syed Ahmed revealed that his group believed that London had the capacity to reach 1GW of community energy capacity by 2030. Yet the sector is currently lagging far behind this.

Community Energy England’s State of the Sector 2022 report makes clear the potential growth of the community energy sector, but also how far behind we are in achieving this.

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The turbine was built back in 2008 along the banks of the River Hull. Standing at an astonishing 125m, it has been a part of the Hull skyline for over 15 years.

The first windmill in the town of Hull next to the high school. Photo taken from Peddocks Island.

Hull is a small coastal town 13 km (8 miles) across the bay from Boston, and is only 8 km … Read more

England’s tallest wind turbine prepares to rise against the odds- the Guardian

Tom Wall of the Guardian reports (England’s tallest wind turbine prepares to rise against the odds) on a community group … Read more


If your German is not up to the article on Feldheim here’s the gist in English. Feldheim is reaping the … Read more

YouTube video on First green pricing wind project in USA.

An historic wind turbine that for decades served as a clean energy symbol and up north geographic marker recently came down near Traverse City.

Ten years of the turbine in our backyard has shown we can coexist with wind energy.

Tvindkraft In 2005 In Its Striking Pop Art Livery Designed By Jan Utzon To Celebrate The Turbine's 25th Anniversay.

Erik Grove-Nielsen has confirmed that the Tvindkraft wind turbine was designed to be slightly larger than the Smith-Putnam wind turbine and become the world’s largest wind turbine in 1978.

Delabole Wind Farm, Britain's First, Was Completed In Late 1991. Here Are Some Of The Ten Vestas Wind Dane 400 Turbines On The Farm Of Peter Edwards And Family. The Project Was Hugely Popular, Entertaining Thousands Of Visitors Annually Until Wind Turbines Became Commonplace In Britain.

Thirty years ago Cornish farmer Peter Edwards, his late wife Phillipa, and his son Martin installed Great Britain’s first wind farm despite the attacks of those who said it couldn’t or shouldn’t be done. But they persisted, overcoming all the planning objections and the naysayers, completing the project in late 1991.