Hall Farm

Northern

Project Value - £31m

Project Sector - Renewable Energy

UK

About The Project

Hall Farm wind farm is an operational onshore facility based in the rural community of Routh, near Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire.

As well as contributing to national targets for renewable energy generation, Hall Farm also provides significant benefits to the local community. Hall Farm Wind Ltd, the project company for the operation of the wind farm, will provide £36,000 per year, for the lifetime of the wind farm, to a community fund to provide economic, social and environmental benefits to the local community.

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