One new onshore wind farm in England with just two turbines, having 1MW of combined capacity, was built last year.
That’s according to new analysis by RenewableUK, which suggests ten new onshore wind projects were installed across the UK in 2022, adding 318MW to the installed onshore capacity – these wind farms are predicted to power a further 209,000 homes.
Six of these new projects were built in Scotland, one went operational in Wales, one in England and two in Northern Ireland.
The trade association stresses that this represents less new UK onshore capacity than was built in 2021 when 370MW was added.…/does-englands…/

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