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United-Kingdom wind farms file

 

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Part #1:

  • City: Strathaven, Drumclog
  • Commissioning:
  • 8 turbines: Siemens SWT-3.0-101 (power 3 000 kW, diameter 101 m)
  • Hub height:
  • Total nominal power: 24,000 kW
  • Operational
  • Onshore wind farm
  • Developer: Community Wind Power Co.
  • Source: Reserved for Premium Access

       Production forecast

  • From Tuesday, May 24 2022, 02:00 UTC, for the coming 24 hours:
  • Expected load rate: 27.8 %
  • Expected production: 160,290 kWh
  • Values from Weathernews Windcaster solution

Part #2:

  • City: Strathaven, Drumclog
  • Commissioning:
  • 6 turbines: Siemens SWT-2.3-101 (power 2 300 kW, diameter 101 m)
  • Hub height:
  • Total nominal power: 13,800 kW
  • Operational
  • Onshore wind farm
  • Developer: Community Wind Power Co.
  • Source: Reserved for Premium Access

       Production forecast

  • From Tuesday, May 24 2022, 02:00 UTC, for the coming 24 hours:
  • Expected load rate: 31.5 %
  • Expected production: 104,270 kWh
  • Values from Weathernews Windcaster solution

Localisation


Part #1:

  • Latitude: 55° 39' 27"
  • Longitude: -4° 15' 59.5"
  • Geodetic system: WGS84
  • Precise location: yes
  • Google Maps view

Part #2:

  • Latitude: 55° 39' 27"
  • Longitude: -4° 15' 59.5"
  • Geodetic system: WGS84
  • Precise location: yes
  • Google Maps view


Update for this sheet: 31 December 2021
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