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).  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 on flat upland mountain plateau between the Cwm Ogwr Fawr to the west and Cwm Ogwr Fach to the east which flows through the settlement on Gilfach Goch. 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 on flat upland mountain plateau between the Cwm Ogwr Fawr to the west and Cwm Ogwr Fach to the east which flows through the settlement on Gilfach Goch. The site is located within TAN 8 strategic search area F (SSA F). 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 site is located on a sloping upland mountain plateau on Mynydd Bwllfa some 2.5kms west of Aberdare. Read More

Operational

Pant-y-Wal Extension

20 MW

The Pant-y-Wal Extension wind farm is located to the immediate west of the existing Pant-y-Wal and Fforch Nest windfarms on Mynydd-yr-Aber and east of the settlements in the Ogwr Valley. The site is electrically separate from the earlier built two windfarms and has its own new grid connection which became live in late 2017.  Read More

Operational

Maesgwyn Extension

2.5 MW

Maesgwyn Extension wind farm is located 2-3kms to the north east of Glynneath in Neath Port Talbot County Borough. The site is located within TAN 8 strategic search area E (SSA E).  The 4 turbine site received planning consent in late 2016. The site is accessed from the A4109 via an extension to the track constructed for the Maesgwyn windfarm in 2010. Read More

Operational

Esgair Cwmowen

47.5 MW

The site is relatively remote from large settlements, the nearest town of any size being Newtown, about 7.5 miles to the south-east. The area is one of scattered farmsteads and other dwellings and the predominant land use in the area is agriculture, mainly grazing. Read More

Planning

Foel Trawsnant

39 MW

The site lies within the refined search area as defined by ARUP in their 2008 study of Strategic Search Areas E and F for a consortium of South Wales Valleys Authorities. Having completed all community consultations and environmental assessments a planning application was submitted to Neath Port Talbot CBC in August 2014. Read More

Planning