It's a no-brainer!


Abengoa solar power station, Seville, Spain

What if there was a way of generating power which didn't wreck our farmland and environment, drain our water or pollute the air? What if this could be done alongside existing top quality food production and demonstrate true co-existence? What if this could create lots of new skilled jobs without displacing existing jobs in agriculture and food processing?

 

 

 

Too good to be true? We don't think so!

Friends of Felton has commissioned renewable energy consultant Trevor Berrill to undertake a study of the potential for renewable energy generation at Felton as an alternative to coal mining development.

The report shows that the Felton Valley has high levels of solar radiation (higher than southern Spain) and promising sites for wind generation. Potential renewable generation capacity exceeds 700MW.

You can download the preliminary report below - 


RE-Felton_Report_V1.pdf