Inquiry into Mynydd y Gwair wind farm due to end
August 6, 2010
in BBC News
The proposed wind farm site at Mynydd y Gwair A public inquiry into plans to build Wales' tallest onshore wind farm on common land in Swansea is due to end.
The Planning Inspectorate Wales is considering an appeal by RWE npower renewables to build 19 turbines up to 127m high at Mynydd y Gwair, Felindre.
As the inquiry hears final submissions, BBC Wales has learnt that wind turbines have more than doubled in height since the first was built in Wales in 1992.
The Welsh Assembly Government is due to announce its decision later this year.
Swansea councillors rejected the Mynydd y Gwair... [continue via Web link]