Maesgwyn

26 mW

Maesgwyn wind farm is located 2-3kms to the north east of Glynneath in Neath Port Talbot County Borough, on the site of several former opencast mines.  The site is located within TAN 8 strategic search area E (SSA E).  The site received planning consent in 2008, construction commenced in late 2009 and was completed in mid-2011. Read More

Operational

Pant-y-Wal

25 mW

The Pant y Wal wind farm is located 4kms to the north of the village of Glynogwr in Bridgend County Borough.  The site is located within TAN 8 strategic search area F (SSA F).  The site was permitted in 2011, construction commenced in late 2011 and was completed in mid-2013. Read More

Operational

Fforch Nest

27.5 mW

The Fforch Nest wind farm is located 4kms to the north of the village of Glynogwr and to the north west of Gilfach Goch. The site is located within TAN 8 strategic search area F (SSA F). The site spans the Bridgend County Borough and Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough areas (and lies adjacent to the Pant y Wal windfarm).  The wind farm became operational in mid-2013. Read More

Operational

Mynydd Bwllfa

22.5 mW

The Mynydd Bwllfa wind farm is located 2.5kms to the south of the village of Hirwaun in Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough. The development comprises 9 turbines generating 22.5MW.  Construction is currently in progress and wil be completed in summer 2015. Read More

Operational

Esgair Cwmowen

47.5 mW

The Esgair Cwmowen site lies in the uplands of Mid Wales, midway between the towns of Machynlleth in the west and Welshpool in the east and approximately 4 miles to the north-east of Carno.  It is located wholly within Strategic Search Area B (SSA B).  Pennant Walters submitted a planning application for a 19 turbine, 47.5MW wind farm in the summer of 2010. Read More

Planning

Foel Trawsnant

39 mW

Our Foel Trawsnant project lies on an upland area of land between Maesteg and the settlements of Duffryn and Cynonville. The site is predominantly within Neath Port Talbot CBC, crossing the county boundary into Bridgend at its eastern extremity.  The site is located within Strategic Search Area F (SSA F). Read More

Planning

Pant-y-Wal Extension

25 mW

The operational Pant y Wal wind farm is located 4kms to the north of the village of Glynogwr in Bridgend County Borough wthin Strategic Search Area F (SSA F).  Pennant Walters has been granted planning consent to construct an extension to the west of the existing wind farm, adding up to 10 additional wind turbines producing up to 25MW of electrical energy.  The additional capacity would be sufficient to power around 12,500 homes. Read More

Construction

Maesgwyn Extension

12.5 mW

The operational Maesgwyn wind farm is located 2-3kms to the north east of Glynneath in Neath Port Talbot County Borough within Strategic Search Area F (SSA F).  Pennant Walters has received planning consent to construct an extension predominantly to the west of the existing wind farm, adding 4 additional wind turbines producing up to 12.5MW of electrical energy.  The additional capacity would be sufficient to power around 6,250 homes. Read More

Construction