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NWP plans 17, 600kW turbines at Jordanston

Developer National Wind Power has unveiled plans to build 17, 600 kW turbines at Jordanston, near Fishguard, Pembrokeshire. The project already has a power purchase contract under the Non-Fossil Fuel Obligation. It is one of the schemes that NWP was developing with the south Wales electricity company SWALEC before the utility pulled out of wind energy development following its takeover by Welsh Water. NWP expects to submit its application in early summer. Jordanston is the company's third application in Pembrokeshire. Its two bids to build a larger wind farm at nearby Cilciffeth were both refused and the company is still considering whether to pursue that project.

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