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4Sep2013: Renewable energy farm proposals at Week St Mary

Renewable energy farm proposals – second public consultation and exhibition

Good Energy is holding a second public consultation and exhibition on its proposals for a renewable energy farm near Week St Mary on Wednesday 4th September.

The event will take place at Week St Mary Parish Hall from 12.30pm until 8.30pm.

Everyone is invited to attend. Members of the Good Energy team will be on hand to answer any questions.

For more information visit or e-mail

We look forward to seeing you there.


Week St Mary Renewable Energy Farm

We are proposing a combined wind and solar farm near Week St Mary in North Cornwall. The plans are for up to 14 wind turbines and 80 acres of solar panels with a combined potential output of 47MW, enough electricity to power around 19,600 homes.

If the project goes ahead Good Energy would offer its groundbreaking local electricity tariff to anyone living within a five kilometre radius of the energy farm. The scheme would also create a £79,000 a year community fund to invest in local projects, over which the local community would have complete control. In total, the local economic benefit of the scheme is calculated to be more than £4.3 million. It also pledges to explore opportunities to offer community ownership schemes of the sites Good Energy develops.

Project details
Proposed number of turbines
up to 14

Proposed number of solar panels
up to 65,000 solar PV panels

Proposed total capacity
up to 47MW

Generation output
enough to power up to 19,600 homes

Development status