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  • Who are the construction liaison committee, and what do they do?

    2015-03-25 | Pen y Cymoedd Wind Farm blog
    Keeping the local community informed during construction is an important job. It’s a public access site which is well used by the local community. It’s also a major construction project, and there is a lot of important information and developments that the community wants to know about and understand. One of our most important groups Read more...
  • Vattenfall’s annual and sustainability report for 2014 was published today and is now available on corporate.vattenfall.com.

  • Clashindarroch Wind Farm Inauguration

    2015-03-20 | Clashindarroch Wind Farm blog
    The Clashindarroch Wind Farm Inauguration is planned for Friday 26th June. We will be arranging activities in the local area including the opportunity for you to visit site and enjoy an exhibition on the project.  Further details will be available in the coming weeks.  Click here to register.
  • Vattenfall are encouraging young people to get creative and design their future logo for the Clashindarroch Wind Farm Community Fund which opened last week for the first round of grant applications. The winning logo will be unveiled at a special ceremony at the Clashindarroch Inauguration in June and will be used on all materials connected […]
  • Clashindarroch Wind Farm Community Fund is open for business!

    2015-03-17 | Clashindarroch Wind Farm blog
    Since 2013, Foundation Scotland have been working with a local working group of representatives from the benefitting areas of Huntly, Strathbogie, Tap O Noth and the Cabrach to prepare for the project’s £185,000 a year Community Fund. Following the Clashindarroch Conversation, which has informed and steered the fund’s set up, we are delighted to announce […]
  • The future is now. The bus service of the future starts today with route 73 in Stockholm, and the buses are a completely new type of plug-in hybrid. They can be rapid charged at terminuses and with a full battery they can run for up to seven kilometres – quietly and emissions-free – entirely on electricity.

  • Your ideas, your vision – the Pen y Cymoedd Community Fund!

    2015-03-13 | Pen y Cymoedd Wind Farm blog
    3000 residents, groups and businesses got involved. The question was simple: What could this fund do to bring real benefit to the local area? The results are in and we’ve prepared a short animation that will be available shortly, for you to see what your ideas have created – an exciting vision for the future, with Read more...
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Last updated: 2014-02-04 10:43