Llwyncelyn Wind

A local, community energy scheme for Rhondda Cynon Taf

In 2017, we were granted planning permission for two wind turbines to be installed at Llwyncelyn Farm, near Porth.

We are delighted that work on installing the turbines will begin in 2024.

You can find out more about the scheme by downloading our recent project update below…

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Parc Dyffryn
CENIN is developing a solar farm at Parc Dyffryn near Cardiff in the Vale of Glamorgan. A unique and progressive renewable energy solar project that will produce a significant amount of sustainable energy and assist Wales’ goals in combating climate change and enhance the natural environment.
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Parc Stormy
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Manmoel Wind
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Llanwonno Wind
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Home Farm
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Cardiff Airport
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