Consultation Over Dorset Wind Farm Begins

July 22, 2003[]UK-based Powergen Renewables began the first stage of the consultation process by sending out letters to more than 120 organizations asking for their opinions on the proposed Portland Harbor wind farm. The scheme currently calls for up to 12, 100 meter turbines to be built within the harbor breakwaters, which would provide enough power for the annual domestic power needs of Portland and Weymouth. The company said their aim is to work with all the stakeholders, local people and organizations. Powergen Renewables has also commissioned a number of environmental studies to look at the potential impact of the proposed wind farm on the marine and bird life in the area.
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