News: Elwy Solar

Creating a better environment for bumblebees at Elwy Solar Energy Farm

As part of a substantial package of environmental measures, Solarcentury has asked the Bumblebee Conservation Trust (BBCT) again to monitor improvements in biodiversity at the site of the proposed Elwy Solar Energy Farm. The Trust, who Solarcentury has worked with before, will do this by establishing a transect; a route through the site that can […]

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First live chat event for Elwy Solar Energy Farm

As part of the community consultation process for Elwy Solar Energy Farm, Solarcentury is hosting online ‘live chat’ events for members of the community. The first event will take place on Thursday 10th September from 10.00am until midday. Using the live chat message facility in the online community hall accessible from the project website, local […]

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Elwy solar energy farm: formal consultation starting

3 August 2020: Today marks the start of the formal consultation process for Elwy solar energy farm, near St Asaph, North Wales. The consultation will run from early August until Friday 9th October 2020 allowing the communities of St Asaph and Bodelwyddan plenty of time to have their say on the proposals before the Development […]

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Elwy Solar Energy Farm – Managing our business during Covid 19

Our top priority is the health, safety and wellbeing of our staff, colleagues, partners and the communities we serve – acting responsibly during the current pandemic. All our office-based teams are currently working from home. Solarcentury has invested in remote-working tools over recent years, thereby allowing its teams to work from home. For many people, […]

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Elwy Solar on the Planning Inspectorate website

Because of the size of the Elwy solar energy farm, in Wales it is classed as a Development of National Significance (DNS). Planning applications for DNS projects are reviewed by the Planning Inspectorate in Cardiff instead of the local planning authority in Denbighshire. The Planning Inspectorate will assess the planning application and consult with a […]

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Elwy Solar Energy Farm – Managing your feedback during Coronavirus

Following Solarcentury’s decision to postpone its Local Information Days at Bodelwyddan Community Centre and at St. Asaph Cricket Club due to Coronavirus, Solarcentury has now put all the information day material online. All the material that was going to be presented at the information days is now available at the company’s project website develop.solarcentury-refresh.greenlightdigital.com/elwy including […]

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External press – March 2020

Below is a summary of recent news referencing Elwy Solar Energy Farm. Huge solar farm being considered for Denbighshire ‘must benefit the local community’ say campaigners: Dailypost Information sessions on huge solar farm planned for St Asaph postponed due to concerns regarding coronavirus: Denbighshire Free Press Solarcentury plans first UK solar development since 2016: Solar […]

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Local information days for Elwy Solar Energy Farm postponed

Solarcentury has decided this morning to postpone its Local Information Days at Bodelwyddan Community Centre and at St. Asaph Cricket Club this week due to concerns regarding Coronavirus. The information sessions were organised by Solarcentury to share plans about their proposed solar energy farm near St. Asaph – Elwy Solar Energy Farm. Chris Banks, UK […]

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Solarcentury plans return to UK development with 62MW solar farm in Wales

Solarcentury, the global integrated solar power company, today announces that it has been evaluating land to the north east of St. Asaph, Wales, for the development of a new solar farm – Elwy Solar Energy Farm. The development will be Solarcentury’s first new project in the UK since 2016, underlining the evolution of the UK […]

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