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Wind power boasts one of the lowest carbon footprints and lowest costs of all forms of electricity generation. And in the UK we are blessed with a climate that makes this one of the world’s most wind-sure regions.
With wholesale energy prices remaining volatile and grid distribution costs on the rise, businesses with moderate to high energy consumption should look to make savings and reduce risk through wind-powered generation.
Landowners can benefit from rental income from siting a turbine on their land, even if they don’t consume any of the power generated from it, while commercial businesses can fix cheaper electricity rates through a power purchase agreement.
Embracing wind power also improves your green credentials by reducing CO2 emissions: a wind turbine can recover its carbon debt from manufacturing within a year of installation, and go on to generate carbon-free energy for up to 30 years.
As the UK’s leading developer of large individual wind turbines, CleanEarth can manage the whole process from initial planning to annual maintenance, without any cost or risk to you or your business.
Our in-house team undertake detailed site studies and surveys, assessing everything from wind speed to planning considerations and establishing whether an economically viable grid connection can be secured.
Existing Planning Permission
The team at CleanEarth have taken on and successfully completed many projects where others have failed. If you have planning permission for a turbine that did not proceed to development, we may be able see it through to completion.
"As the cheapest source of new power, onshore wind can make a major contribution to the UK’s clean growth ambitions." https://t.co/bTgyBQXWf7
Today's #nuclear announcement risks blowing a hole in plans to meet our carbon targets. The Gov't must review its energy policies - including reversing restrictions on #onshorewind - or we risk relying more heavily on polluting gas and coal. Press release: https://t.co/G8HfAILe82 https://t.co/xUVABgUqBN