High Winds raised £3.9 million through a successful share offer in March 2015 to develop two Enercon E70 2.3MW wind turbines at Harlock Hill, Pennington, Nr Ulverston.

We are pleased to announce that construction is now complete and the two turbines began generating electricity into the local grid on 1st June 2016.

Thank you to all members for supporting this community project.

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Climbing High

  On Thursday December 1st, two High Winds Board Members John Malone and David Eastlick donned safety harnesses and climbed…

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Energy4All Co-ops

Below are links to some of the other Co-ops in the E4A family.

  • West Solent Solar Co-operative
    West Solent Solar Co-op Hampshire
  • Boyndie Co-operative
    Boyndie Co-op Scotland
  • Drumlin Co-operative
    Drumlin Wind Energy Co-op Northern Ireland
  • Energy Prospects
    Energy Prospects United Kingdom
  • Fenland Green Power Co-op
    Fenland Green Power Co-op Lincolnshire
  • Great Glen Energy Co-op
    Great Glen Energy Co-op Scotland
  • Isle of Skye Renewables
    Isle of Skye Renewables Scotland
  • Kilbraur Wind Energy Co-op
    Kilbraur Wind Energy Co-op Scotland
  • Spirit of Lanarkshire Wind Energy Co-op
    Spirit of Lanarkshire Co-op Scotland
  • Westmill Wind Farm Co-op
    Westmill Wind Farm Co-op Oxfordshire

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Benefits of renewable energy Why Renewables?

Renewable energy will never run out, does not produce carbon dioxide and is available to everyone regardless of their location.

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