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Old May 17th, 2011, 03:00 PM   #21
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Here's a Development plan that's been passed, --this from the Northern Echo, --



Residents' anger as wind farm gets green light

9:10am Monday 16th May 2011
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A CONTROVERSIAL wind farm has won Government approval after campaigners called for a public inquiry into the scheme.

Banks Developments has been cleared to start work on four, 125m turbines at Lambs Hill Farm, near Stillington.

The Lambs Hill Action Group (LHAG) asked for the planning application to be reviewed after raising concerns over how the decision was made by Stockton Borough Council.

But the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) has now decided the scheme, between Darlington and Stockton, does not require further investigation.
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Blyth National Renewable Energy Centre gets £25m investment
The Journal, July 8th 2011


THE North East’s position as a leading international centre for offshore wind power was yesterday cemented with a £25m investment in new test facilities.

The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) will invest the cash into a new turbine test rig at Blyth’s National Renewable Energy Centre (Narec).

The UK has Europe’s biggest wind resource, but until now, has had no dedicated full turbine test facility.

The indoor rig should be available for commercial testing from June 2013, with preparatory work already under way.

The test rig will be larger and more complex than anything currently available and help manufacturers increase reliability of new turbines, which should see consumers enjoy lower energy bills.

Narec chief executive Andrew Mill said the new test rig would build on the centre’s existing facilities – and critically help attract companies to develop offshore wind turbines to the UK.

“The North East has got a fantastic offering for the offshore market because of the existing activities that we have done, such as shipbuilding. This takes the North East to being one of the premier centres for offshore wind power in the UK and Europe,” said Mr Mill.


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THE North East’s position as a leading international centre for offshore wind power was yesterday cemented with a £25m investment in new test facilities.

The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) will invest the cash into a new turbine test rig at Blyth’s National Renewable Energy Centre (Narec).

The UK has Europe’s biggest wind resource, but until now, has had no dedicated full turbine test facility.

The indoor rig should be available for commercial testing from June 2013, with preparatory work already under way.

The test rig will be larger and more complex than anything currently available and help manufacturers increase reliability of new turbines, which should see consumers enjoy lower energy bills.

Narec chief executive Andrew Mill said the new test rig would build on the centre’s existing facilities – and critically help attract companies to develop offshore wind turbines to the UK.

“The North East has got a fantastic offering for the offshore market because of the existing activities that we have done, such as shipbuilding. This takes the North East to being one of the premier centres for offshore wind power in the UK and Europe,” said Mr Mill.


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Really good news. Those turbines are huge, it's not easy to just fly your prototype in to test it, so you ideally need to build it nearby. And seeing as prototypes are tested, adpated, tested again, you might as well situate your design and research facilities nearby the testing facilities etc...Hopefully this'll lead to a fair few highly skilled jobs popping up nearby soon (with production following with luck).
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Newton Aycliffe news, --this from the Northern Echo, --


Fight vow as wind farm plan unveiled

9:00am Tuesday 19th July 2011


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CAMPAIGNERS have vowed to fight a proposal to erect England’s biggest wind farm in County Durham – despite its communities being in line for a £11.5m windfall if the scheme goes ahead.

Energy company E.ON today publishes its plans to erect between 25 and 45 turbines east of Newton Aycliffe.

The Isles wind farm would have a capacity of up to 115MW – enough to power 53,000 homes.

E.ON has pledged to pay up to £460,000 a year into a community benefits fund, if the scheme is approved.

The money would be paid for the lifetime of the wind farm – potentially 25 years.

The application would be one of the first in the region to be fast tracked by the Infrastructure Planning Commission (IPC) – an independent body that examines applications of national significance.

A final decision would then be made by the Secretary of State.

But community leaders are already drawing up plans to derail the proposal, which they say would leave rural households surrounded by huge turbines.


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Claim that 'Wind Farm' plan will destroy landscape
by Paul Tully, The Journal, July 27th 2011


WIND TURBINES planned for a scenic area in the heart of Northumberland would “overwhelm and destroy” the landscape, a public inquiry was told yesterday.

The four 125-metre-high turbines at Kirkharle were on an unjustifiable scale and would dominate and detract from the area, Paul Tucker QC said.

Mr Tucker, representing Northumberland County Council on the first day of a two-week inquiry, said the scheme devised by green energy firm RWE Renewables of Swindon would blight the life of residents in and around the Bavington Conservation Area.

The council accepted the principle of wind farm development and was “acutely aware” of national Government energy targets, Mr Tucker added, but this is an inappropriate development and undermines confidence in the low-carbon agenda,” he said.

“The applicants could in our opinion have designed a scheme which respects the area and protects its future. Turbines on this unjustifiable scale will dominate and detract from the area and replace it with a wind farm landscape.”


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Northumberland a wind turbine dumping ground
The Journal, August 4th 2011


NORTHUMBERLAND has become a "dumping ground" for wind turbines, a county councillor claims.

According to Wansbeck and Sleekburn Labour councillor Jeff Gobin, there are other counties in England which don’t have any wind farms but Northumberland is being overwhelmed with applications.

Coun Gobin spoke out firmly against proposals from Newcastle-based TNEI for a three-year wind-speed test mast standing 80 metres high on scenic land near the hamlet of Molesden, between Morpeth and Whalton.

It is commonly perceived as the forerunner to another wind farm in Northumberland, and local residents have set a major protest campaign in motion.

Coun Gobin told a packed meeting of the County Council’s Planning and Environment Committee: “I question the need for this mast in the first place.

“It looks like the North East, particularly Northumberland, has become the dumping ground for these wind turbines.

“There are counties throughout the country that have no wind turbines. Let’s have them at Buckingham Palace or the Houses of Parliament – but not just in our back yards.”


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Uproar at plans to build wind turbines at Elsdon
The Journal, August 9th 2011


PLANS are in the offing for a wind farm close to an historic Northumberland landmark and on the boundary of a national park.

Wind company Air Farmers Ltd is working on a scheme for nine turbines, 125m high, at Elsdon, close to the Grade II listed Winter’s Gibbet and directly beside the boundary of Northumberland National Park and the A696.

The gibbet, said to be around 1km from the turbine site, is a gallows type structure from which a wooden head hangs.

It recalls the hanging of a man and two women in the later 18th century for murder, with the man’s body supposedly having been left to rot at the site.

Details of the scheme first emerged at a meeting of Elsdon Parish Council, which was attended by planning consultant Bob Morgan on behalf of Air Farmers.

The meeting was told a scoping report for the development – which would be known as Middle Hill Renewables Ltd – is to be submitted to Northumberland County Council within the next week.


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Old August 24th, 2011, 01:20 PM   #28
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Wind turbine company halts Tyneside investment.

THE firm which kickstarted hopes of a wind turbine revolution in Tyneside has halted its offshore work.

Clipper Windpower hoped to create around 1,000 North East jobs by designing and building giant offshore wind turbines in the region.

Government grants would have underpinned the Britannia project for 10MW turbines which would have been tested at Blyth’s National Renewable Energy Centre and then manufactured on a custom-built site at the Neptune Yard on the banks of the River Tyne.

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Old August 24th, 2011, 04:47 PM   #29
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Newcastle jobs hopes dashed on wind farm
by Adrian Pearson, Evening Chronicle, August 24th 2011


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HOPES of bringing 1,000 manufacturing jobs to Tyneside appear to have been dashed.

Wind turbine manufacturer Clipper Windpower has revealed it will not now be building the giant offshore turbines it was contracted to provide for a North Sea wind farm.

The firm was due to design the world’s largest turbines in Blyth before building them in a factory built on land owned by Newcastle Tycoons Freddie and Bruce Shepherd.

Clipper has handed back nearly £2m to Crown Estate, responsible for the creation of huge offshore wind farms, after the two cancelled contracts.

A further £5m provided by the Government will also now not be used.

Peter Christman, president of Pratt & Whitney Power Systems, the subsidiary of United Technologies which owns Clipper, said: “We have not decided to move out of offshore wind but it is a question of timing and we did not want to hold up the Crown Estate.”

He said there were a number of factors in his decision, including an increase in the number of competitors, and the current turmoil in financial markets.

Bruce Shepherd has said he remains optimistic for the future of wind production.


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Newton Aycliffe wind farm to 'swallow up countryside'
by Joanne Butcher, The Journal, September 1st 2011


FEARS are growing that swathes of County Durham countryside will be filled by one of the country’s biggest wind farms.

Energy firm E.on has proposed a scheme with up to 45 turbines near Newton Aycliffe. If it goes ahead, it could be one of the largest onshore farms in England.

This week the company began a public consultation on the plans, which could generate enough electricity to power 53,000 homes a year.

The farm, called The Isles, is planned for a 7.5 square mile site east of Newton Aycliffe.

The company has produced three potential layouts for 25-45 turbines, which replace previous plans to build a smaller farm, the A1 Wind Farm, in the area.

Turbines could be built on both sides of the A1 within just a few miles of rural communities at Chilton, Bradbury, Mordon, Great Stainton, Rushyford, Elstob and Preston-le-Skerne.


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Government urged to save County Durham
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by William Green, The Journal, September 7th 2011


MINISTERS must act to stop County Durham becoming the “land of wind turbines”, a North MP has warned.

Sedgefield MP Phil Wilson said that it was time for the rest of the country to share the burden as well as the benefits of renewable energy.

Mr Wilson was speaking ahead of a Parliamentary debate he has secured today on controversial plans that could see England’s biggest wind farm built in his constituency.

The debate in Westminster Hall comes amid wider fears that Government proposals to overhaul the planning system could see even more turbines built.

Anti-wind farm campaigners in neighbouring Northumberland are also worried that the Government’s proposals to change the planning laws could see an avalanche of new applications.


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Optimism growing for Widdrington's Blue Sky Forest project
by David Black, The Journal, September 8th 2011


OPTIMISM is growing that a multi-million pound tourism, sporting and leisure vision based on three Northumberland opencast coal mines will become a reality.

Partners behind the ambitious Blue Sky Forest project at Widdrington are holding a key meeting this month with the aim of devising a detailed masterplan and a mechanism for delivery.

They will hold a further round of public consultations next month and have set up a joint steering group with the county council and potential developers to work on a formal application for planning permission, which could be submitted within months.

Blue Sky Forest involves transforming 2,500 acres of land at the Stobswood, Maidens Hall and Steadsburn surface mines, and creating hundreds of jobs.

The scheme, which was updated and revised in a 2009 feasibility study by consultants Wardell Armstrong, includes two golf courses – one of them international-standard – a major multi-sport academy, a hotel, spa and holiday village, outdoor adventure centres.

It also includes a dry ski slope, a 4x4 driving experience, two lakes for watersports and recreation, equine facilities, an indoor leisure centre and the generation of renewable energy from a wind farm.


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Acceptable for Northumberland but not Gloucestershire ?

Tory Neil Carmichael, MP for Stroud, Gloucestershire is fighting against plans in his own constituency for wind turbines and yet is part of an agreement with an energy company to build 4 turbines in Northumberland. Conveniently a few hundred miles to the north of where he lives.
The ultimate in hypocrisy ?

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Old September 26th, 2011, 09:02 PM   #34
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Tory Neil Carmichael, MP for Stroud, Gloucestershire is fighting against plans in his own constituency for wind turbines and yet is part of an agreement with an energy company to build 4 turbines in Northumberland. Conveniently a few hundred miles to the north of where he lives.
The ultimate in hypocrisy ?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-tyne-15057686
Spot the hypocrisy in the above statement.
FACT. It was of course the last government who set the market for Wind Turbine subsidies that has made it so profitable for the Wind companies to erect turbines in Northumberland (and lots of other places).
FACT. On occasions, wind companies have been paid to switch off the turbines!
FACT. The actual percentage of energy produced by these turbines can sometimes be barely measured.
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Spot the hypocrisy in the above statement.
FACT. It was of course the last government who set the market for Wind Turbine subsidies that has made it so profitable for the Wind companies to erect turbines in Northumberland (and lots of other places).
FACT. On occasions, wind companies have been paid to switch off the turbines!
FACT. The actual percentage of energy produced by these turbines can sometimes be barely measured.
I think the point is that he either believes that renewable energy is good thing or he doesn't.
To say that they aren't acceptable on his own patch but is willing to build them when only few people in the North East will be affected is double standards.
It might well be that the money he will obviously make from this deal is deciding which way his moral compass is facing.
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Most politicians of all parties are hypocrites.
If you go into politics you are usually a failure.
If you were a huge success, say in business why would you want to go into politics?
It's a huge ego trip for them.
Anyway, to get back to wind turbines I came over the hills through Scotland today and some of the turbines were barely moving...the whole industry and its infrastructure is poorly thought out and designed.
We encouraged wind farms with virtually no turbine manufacturing done in this country.
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by Adrian Pearson, Evening Chronicle, August 24th 2011

HOPES of bringing 1,000 manufacturing jobs to Tyneside appear to have been dashed.

Wind turbine manufacturer Clipper Windpower has revealed it will not now be building the giant offshore turbines it was contracted to provide for a North Sea wind farm.

The firm was due to design the world’s largest turbines in Blyth before building them in a factory built on land owned by Newcastle Tycoons Freddie and Bruce Shepherd.

Clipper has handed back nearly £2m to Crown Estate, responsible for the creation of huge offshore wind farms, after the two cancelled contracts.

A further £5m provided by the Government will also now not be used.

Peter Christman, president of Pratt & Whitney Power Systems, the subsidiary of United Technologies which owns Clipper, said: “We have not decided to move out of offshore wind but it is a question of timing and we did not want to hold up the Crown Estate.”

He said there were a number of factors in his decision, including an increase in the number of competitors, and the current turmoil in financial markets.

Bruce Shepherd has said he remains optimistic for the future of wind production.
Passed by the former Clipper Windpower factory yesterday, 13th October 2011 and noticed that it appears to now being used as a car park for new vans and lorries - expensive car park!









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Old October 23rd, 2011, 10:51 AM   #38
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Energi Coast, the North East England Renewables Group.

The North East of England’s ambitions to become an offshore renewable hub have taken a step forward with the formation of Energi Coast, the North East England Renewables Group. Ninteen companies in the energy sector, with combined turnover of over £200m in offshore wind, have jointly invested £400m in the North East of England, a key strategic location for the emerging offshore wind energy market

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Energi Coast, the North East England Renewables Group.

The North East of England’s ambitions to become an offshore renewable hub have taken a step forward with the formation of Energi Coast, the North East England Renewables Group. Ninteen companies in the energy sector, with combined turnover of over £200m in offshore wind, have jointly invested £400m in the North East of England, a key strategic location for the emerging offshore wind energy market

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Wallsend shipyard's £50m plan for 600 wind turbine jobs
by John Hill, The Journal, December 2nd 2011


THE owner of a former Tyneside shipyard is preparing to invest £50m in converting part of the site into a facility to make wind turbine foundations – creating hundreds of jobs.

OGN Group is already using a section of Hadrian Yard in Wallsend to build an oil production platform for American firm Apache, a deal which is worth £150m and has seen around 700 workers brought into the site. It now wants to build a facility on-site for the construction of jacket foundations for offshore wind turbines. The 36,000-square metre facility could be completed as early as 2013, and chief technical officer Graham Kennedy said it could potentially provide “in excess of 600 jobs”.

“The bottom line is that we’re going to be a mass production facility for these jackets, and it’s for that reason that we’re hoping to be undergoing this redevelopment”, he said.

“We’re not just chasing UK contracts, we’re going after the Dutch, Belgian and German sectors as well. There’s only really one yard that’s been working along these lines and that’s in Scotland, and if there’s about 600 or 700 of these to be made per year, it’s not like any one company is going to get the lot.”

Plans for the project are likely to be submitted to North Tyneside Council in the new year, and the company is hoping to get the plan through the entire planning process before Easter. Mr Kennedy said: “We have a lot of work to do on the yard, including new foundations, building the shed and fitting it out with specialist equipment.


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