Trimdon Grange Wind Farm

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Trimdon Grange Wind Farm
CountryEngland, United Kingdom
Locationnear Trimdon Grange, County Durham
Coordinates54°42′47″N 1°25′10″W / 54.7130°N 1.41944°W / 54.7130; -1.41944Coordinates: 54°42′47″N 1°25′10″W / 54.7130°N 1.41944°W / 54.7130; -1.41944
Commission dateOctober 2008
Owner(s)EDF Energy
Site elevation446 ft
Power generation
Units operational4 × 1.3 MW
Make and modelNordex: N60
Nameplate capacity5.2 MW

Trimdon Grange Wind Farm is an onshore wind farm near Trimdon Grange, County Durham, England. Commissioned in October 2008 it consists of four 1.3 MW Nordex N60 turbines giving a total capacity of 5.2 MW. It was developed by EDF and is operated by Cumbria Wind Farms.[1][2]

The proposed location of the wind farm caused controversy in 2004 when an agent of Tony Blair, then Prime Minister, wrote to a local action group, Trimdon Area Group Against Wind Farms, claiming that the site was unsuitable. The location is about one mile from Tony Blair's old constituency house.[3]


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