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Plans for one of UK's largest wind farms announced

Plans for a new UK wind farm were announced yesterday by Renewable Energy Holdings.

The energy firm said the project at Llangurig in Powys, mid-Wales would cost £15.18M and could have a generating capacity of 69MW.

Chief executive officer Mike Proffitt said: "We have been working on the development of this opportunity for over 12 months and I am delighted to have reached this stage in what may be one of the best producing wind farms in the UK.

The firm added that its expectations would be to be able to generate well in excess of 200GWH annually following wind measurements taken in the region over several years.

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