REG WindPower

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REG WindPower is a renewable energy company, in the United Kingdom.

REG Windpower is one of the UK’s leading developers and operators of small to medium-sized wind farms, operating nine sites in England and one in Wales, with a combined operational capacity of 41.15 MW.[1]

Its headquarters are in Bath, England.

Wind farms owned and operated by REG[edit]

Its nine operational wind farms are:

Company history[edit]

REG Windpower was founded as the Cornwall Light and Power Company in 1989, and changed its name to REG Windpower in 2010. REG Windpower is owned by Renewable Energy Generation Ltd.

REG Ltd is listed on the London Stock Exchange Alternative Investment Market (AIM).

In March 2011, REG reported pre-tax losses, which the company blamed on unusually low wind levels in the preceding year.[12]

As well developing, building and operating wind farms, the group also generates renewable energy from used cooking oil through its subsidiary company REG Bio-Power.

Proposed new wind farms[edit]

In October 2011, REG Windpower launched public consultation on several new wind farms in England. If completed, these projects will have a combined installed capacity of almost 50MW.

The projects are:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ REG WindPower http://www.regwindpower.co.uk
  2. ^ Dulas case study http://www.dulas.org.uk/case-study.cfm?theCSID=1D92824D-965D-9DD4-59FC7DFF2E7BFEFC
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  11. ^ "Whittlesey Wind Farm | Renewables". The Abbey Group. Retrieved 2011-12-03. 
  12. ^ Financial Times 21 March 2011 http://cachef.ft.com/cms/s/0/0770e1bc-53a0-11e0-a01c-00144feab49a.html#axzz1f2tn44OM
  13. ^ "Bank House Farm Wind Farm - Welcome". Communityconsultation.me. Retrieved 2011-12-03. 
  14. ^ "Welcome". French Farm Wind Farm. Retrieved 2011-12-03. 
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