National Wind Power has won its appeal to build a wind farm on the island of Anglesey, north Wales. NWP put its case to install 14 turbines at Trysglwyn at a week-long public inquiry last October after Ynys M™n Borough Council failed to determine its application. Planning Inspector Duncan Sheers gave the go ahead saying the turbines would do little harm to the area. The result comes after a previous inquiry refused to allow another proposed wind farm on Anglesey. NWP's scheme was awarded an EU Thermie grant on the basis of its proposal to use the new WEG 400 machines.
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