Generated Image of how the wind turbines will look

Wind Power station nears completion

According to the developer, Renerco, the commissioning of the Earl’s Hall wind power station will commence in August, once the connection to the grid is completed this month. The project consists of five 2.05MW, c400ft tall turbines (height to tip of blade), an anemometry mast, sub-station and related tracks. Work began on the site in February, with the erection of the turbines themselves starting at the end of June.

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Construction work on Wind Power Station has started

If you have concerns relating to the construction project (ie noise, disturbance, general site conduct etc.), be aware of how you can register your complaints. Please click on CONSTRUCTION PHASE on the menu on the left of this page.

Ownership of the project has moved from Npower Renewables, to Renerco, a small German company. Please refer to the EARLS HALL UPDATE tab on the left of this page. Because of the operator's location in Munich (at least Npower Renewables had a UK presence!) local people should address any concerns they may have to local bodies (Tendring District Council, Essex Police). That said, don't hesitate also to write to Renerco at earlshallfarm@renerco.com

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