GREEN electricity supplier Good Energy will tomorrow be outlining its controversial proposals for a wind farm in North Cornwall following a wide-ranging six-month consultation with the local community.
The Wiltshire-based company said its proposals would offer an “exceptional” range of community benefits that reflected its determination to put communities at the heart of renewable energy generation. However, there has been strong opposition from local residents.
Good Energy, which owns Delabole wind farm, is proposing 11 wind turbines near the village of Week St Mary, capable of generating enough electricity to supply 13,600 homes.
The public exhibition and community consultation event will start at 12.30 pm in the Parish Hall and run until 8.30pm.